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HEBRON, Ky. - After a historical snowstorm ripped through the Northeast Friday and Saturday, air travel is starting to return to normal across the country.

Travelers who've been stranded at airports and hotels as a result of the blizzard were finally starting to return to their homes and their lives Sunday.

9 On Your Side reporter Amy Wadas was at Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport Sunday. She reports that flights from Boston and areas throughout the Northeast started arriving at CVG late Saturday evening.

According to various flight-tracking sites, including Flightaware.com , LaGuardia Airport in New York, Newark International in New Jersey and Boston airports are still experiencing some delays due to snow and ice.

Flightaware.com lists around 450 flights that were canceled on Sunday, which is typically a busy travel day. Data from the website indicates only 20 cancellations are expected Monday.

Wadas spoke with several travelers who've been affected by the winter storm, including Marcia Morris of New York.

"Delta called to tell me on Thursday my flight was canceled due to the weather forecast. So I knew I wasn't coming yesterday and then they called me again to rebook me for the flight for today."

Travels experts urge people planning to fly Sunday evening or Monday to check with their airline before heading to the airport to make sure their flight hasn't been canceled. People who plan to depart from or fly into CVG can check the status of their flight by visiting the airport's website .

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