Passengers wait in line in front of an American Airlines ticket area.
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If you're traveling through the U.S. Northeast on Monday, be sure to check the forecast — and your flight status.

A major storm headed for the region has major airlines — including American, Southwest, Delta, and United — offering waivers on any fees for changing flights. Travelers headed to, from, or through airports from Virginia to Maine can check with their airline to see if they can delay their flight without any penalties.

As The Points Guy notes, airlines are not responsible for compensating travelers stranded by weather. So if you can delay your travel, consider doing so now.

To qualify for a fee waiver, passengers must generally have a flight for June 19 that was purchased before June 18, they must be able to travel before June 23, and they cannot change the cities they are flying to or from. Here are links to travel details on the major airlines:

Flying another airline? Be sure to check their website for travel alerts related to the storm.