All flights out of LaGuardia Airport were suspended Monday morning amid massive snowfall across the New York region.
“All flight activity at #LGA has been suspended due to current weather conditions,” airport officials posted on Twitter.
“Airline carriers at #LGA have canceled all commercial flights for today.”
New York City and Long Island saw snow accumulations pick up to a pace of two inches per hour Tuesday morning, the National Weather Service said.
Nearby John F. Kennedy Airport remained open as of 10:45 a.m. — though 83 percent of scheduled flights have been cancelled, airport officials said.