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Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Another Winter Storm Hits Philly


PHILADELPHIA (AP) ― Air travelers are being forced to make other plans with nearly all flights canceled at Philadelphia International Airport due to snow and ice.

The National Weather Service issued a blizzard warning for Philadelphia and its suburbs for all day Wednesday, as another 10 inches or more of blowing snow is possible.

Some detoured air travelers are flocking to Amtrak trains at Philadelphia's 30th Street Station.

Forty-year-old New Hampshire resident Scott Collins had been in the city for a sales meeting.

His flight back to Manchester on Wednesday night was canceled, so he was waiting for a train to Boston instead. He says he'll have to rent a car once he gets there and drive home.

Virtually all flights at the airport have been canceled through Thursday morning.

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