Hundreds of flights out of North Texas airports have been canceled Monday as winter weather arrives in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
A Winter Storm Warning was issued for counties across North Texas on Monday morning. The warning will last until noon Wednesday.
North Texans can expect freezing rain, sleet, and ice in the affected area. Ice accumulations of one-tenth to one-quarter of an inch are possible. Road conditions are expected to deteriorate during the event.
For travelers hoping to catch a flight at an airport in North Texas, it is important to plan ahead as these delays and cancellations are expected to last throughout the duration of the Winter Storm Warning.
MONDAY FLIGHT CANCELLATIONS, DELAYS IN DFW
According to the website FlightAware, 129 flights out of Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport had been canceled due to the wintry weather as of 1:40 p.m. on Monday. An additional 177 flights were delayed. Inbound, another 131 flights have been canceled and 61 delayed.
DFW Airport tweeted they were “making the necessary preparations for the potential of winter weather this week. Customers should check with their airline before coming to the airport for the latest status of their flight.”
At Dallas Love Field, as of 1:40 p.m., 108 flights were canceled and 11 flights were delayed, FlightAware reported. Inbound, 115 flights are canceled and six are delayed.
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