MILWAUKEE (WKOW) -- The Nor'easter that is hitting the east coast is also affecting travelers in Wisconsin.
At Mitchell International Airport in Milwaukee, a number of flights headed east were canceled Wednesday.
Some people from the east coast were able to make it out before the storm, but they did hit some turbulence along the way.
Karen Salfity from Boston says, "It was a little bumpy coming out. Then a little bumpy coming in, but I think we just missed the bad part of the storm."
Salfity and other travelers from the east coast say they're worried about what other kind of damage this nor'easter could bring to their homes that already suffered from Hurricane Sandy.
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