More than 400 flights canceled at CLT Monday due to weather conditions

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — More than 400 flights have been canceled at Charlotte Douglas International Airport on Monday due to winter weather conditions.

>>Hear from weary travelers in the video at the top of this webpage.

As of 6 a.m. Monday, more than 3,200 flights have been canceled across the U.S.

Travelers are advised to check with their airline for information on cancellations, delays or rebooking before coming to the airport.

A major winter storm moved across the Charlotte area overnight Saturday and into Sunday, bringing snow, sleet and freezing rain.

By Sunday afternoon, nearly 4,600 flights within the U.S. had already been canceled due to snow and ice in the South, according to the flight tracking site flightaware.com, which tracks flight cancellations worldwide.

Charlotte Douglas International Airport – a major airport hub for American Airlines – canceled 1,219 flights Sunday.

The airport led the list of cancellations for Sunday at U.S. airports, with more than 1,000 flights canceled. Of those flights, 500 were with American Airlines, which was more than 90% of their flights for the day.

Other impacted airports included Raleigh-Durham, Reagan National and Chicago O’Hare.

All major U.S. airlines have issued weather waivers.

For the latest cancellations for Monday, click here.

(WATCH BELOW: Gov. Roy Cooper advises North Carolinians to prepare Saturday ahead of winter storm)