MIAMI -

Dozens of South Florida flights have been canceled after a blizzard pummeled the northeast on Friday.

The storm left 100 million people braving sub-zero temperatures and significant snowfall.

At least 22 states are affected by the massive storm impacting travel across the country. More than 2,600 U.S. flights were canceled Thursday and by Friday morning 1,800 had been canceled.

South Florida airports are seeing the effects. At Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport, there are 26 arriving flights canceled and 5 arrival delays. In terms of departures, there are 15 flights canceled and 15 delays.

At Miami International Airport, there are 19 cancellations and 45 delays. If you are traveling today, you are urged to call your airline before heading to the airport. You can also check the status of U.S airports by clicking here.

Major blizzards in U.S. history

Published On: Feb 07 2013 11:39:34 AM EST   Updated On: Jan 02 2014 08:32:56 AM EST

As the Northeast prepares to get pummeled by snow, check out the major blizzards in U.S. history.

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A complicated storm system is expected to "raise havoc" this week, dumping a foot of snow and spreading sub-zero wind chills across parts of the Northeast. Check out the major blizzards in U.S. history.