MIAMI (CBSMiami.com) – As Hurricane Irene continues to devastate parts of the Caribbean, travelers are feeling the impact to a small degree at South Florida airports.

Miami International Airport reported that as of 10 a.m., there were 13 arrival and three departure cancellations due to Hurricane Irene.

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The cancellations are to/from: San Juan, Pureto Rico; Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic; St. Maarten, Virgin Islands; St. Thomas, Virgin Islands; Santiago Dominican Republic; St. Croix, Virgin Islands, and Punta Cuna, Dominican Republic.

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However, according to Fort Lauderdale International Airport spokesman Gregory Myers, there are no cancellations at FLL due to Hurricane Irene.

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Travelers should check with their airlines before heading to the airport to make sure their scheduled flights are still traveling.