Lehigh Valley International Airport has been extra busy the past few days cleaning up after Friday's storm and getting ready for the next one.
LVIA's new executive director, Thomas Stoudt, tell us hundreds of staff members have been working around the clock, making sure the airport has plenty of fuel and icing materials, as well as making sure all equipment is up and ready to go once again.
"As soon as a storm ends, we're already getting the equipment into the maintenance shop and making sure it's ready for the next event because we never know when those will pop up," says Stoudt.
LVIA has already had a couple of flight cancellations as a result of the impending weather.
The airport encourages passengers to continue checking directly with their airline for the status of flights.