A winter storm is headed for the East Coast and is expected to disrupt travel throughout the mid-Atlantic and the Northeast — and beyond — beginning Friday morning. The National Weather Service has issued a blizzard watch for Washington, D.C., and Baltimore and is monitoring the possible impacts of the storm, which are expected to include heavy snow extending from Washington, D.C., to New York and Boston from Friday through Sunday. Airports are readying their snow removal equipment and airlines are posting travel alerts. As always, it is best to check your airline’s website and mobile app for the latest updates and alerts and do the same for conditions and advisories from any airports you will be traveling to or through. USA Today has created a guide which details the specific airports covered by fee waivers for each airline. To view the guide, click here.