Expected inclement weather on the Northeast and Southeastern coastlines this weekend has resulted in many airlines canceling or delaying flights.

According to FlightAware, a digital aviation company that tracks flight data, as of 1:15 pm ET on Friday, the total flight cancellations stand at 2,146 with 6,305 flights delayed for the day. For Saturday, 3,078 cancellations have been recorded and 265 delays are expected.

Ahead of the winter storm expected to hit Friday evening and into Saturday, U.S. airlines JetBlue and Southwest had canceled the most flights on Friday at press time, standing at 151, and 133 flights, respectively. American Airlines followed with 126 canceled flights, United had 92, and Delta had 44.

Most of those flights canceled for Friday are coming out of Chicago O’Hare, LaGuardia, Charlotte/Douglas International, John F. Kennedy International, and Reagan National airport.

For Saturday, JetBlue has canceled the most flights with 418 and American Airlines has pulled 376. Some United customers will also have to reschedule as 296 flights have been pulled by the airline. Elsewhere, Southwest has canceled 207 flights.

Several airports are already reporting mass cancellations for Saturday as well including JFK, Boston Logan International, LaGuardia, Newark Liberty International, Philadelphia International, and many more.

Delta has issued a statement regarding the impending winter storm, telling impacted customers due to travel Jan. 28-29 that they will receive a travel waiver. This will allow customers to have any fare differences waived for rebooked travel that occurs on or before Feb. 1 in the same cabin of service as originally booked.

CNN reported that as many as 75 million people may face the brunt of the weather.