Ryanair have said all flights to and from East Midlands, Leeds Bradford, Edinburgh and Glasgow airports are cancelled today.
The announcment also comes after Dublin Airport said it hoped to have many flights operational on Saturday, although the airport did remind the public to check their airlines website for regular updates as conditions could change.
Following the announcement of an extended red alert weather warning for Leinster and Munster, Dublin Airport has confirmed in a statement that there will be no flights going to or from the Airport on Friday.
According to The Weather Channel, the storm system is expected to bring damaging winds, heavy rain, snow and severe flooding from the Carolinas to ME, with wind gusts ranging from 40-60 miles per hours in some areas.
Flights at Dublin aiport have been suspended and the Airport also won't open tomorrow.More news: Cloudy, chance of rain — TODAY'S FORECAST
Electricity went out for a time this morning in hundreds of homes in Dublin.
Your airline should get in contact with you to inform you that your flight has been delayed or cancelled.
Yellow weather warnings remain in place and the safety of our passengers and our staff is our priority.
"We are doing everything we can to re-accommodate affected customers and minimise disruption to their travel plans and we apologise for any inconvenience caused by these disruptions which are entirely outside of our control".