If you have somewhere that you absolutely have to be, or if you are cutting it fine to catch a connecting international flight, you are advised to try and move your flight forward and leave as soon as possible. The biggest risk factor will be the strong winds. If the winds come and go, there could be windows of safe operation which will allow aircraft to move in the quieter times, but strong winds can also set in and remain there for some time, which could result in some severe delays.

Arrive early and brace yourself. People looking to fly tomorrow are bound to be fairly nervous about weather related disruptions. There’s every chance that the airports will be quite busy. The best bet will be to arrive as early as possible, check-in with your airline and find a spot to relax. It might even be a good day to spring for lounge access.

Make sure your airline has your contact details. Most airlines recognize the importance of good communication during times like these, and often the airline will contact you with updates via email or SMS. Make sure that your airline has your correct contact details. This can often be an issue when you’re not the person who made your reservation directly.

Keep your medications on your person – this is always a good idea, but if you are delayed waiting for a flight, you’d be best to have any medications that you might need to take on yourself, rather than stuck in your checked in luggage.