Flights Canceled at San Francisco International Airport Due to Wet Weather

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    NEWSLETTERS

    After months of dry weather, a storm coming into the Bay Area is sparking flood warnings and dangerous road conditions. NBC Bay Area Meteorologists Christina Loren and Jeff Ranieri work overtime this weekend to provide team coverage of the storm.

    More than 50 flights have been canceled and dozens more are delayed at San Francisco International Airport Saturday as heavy rain continues to blanket the area, airport personnel are reporting

    Rainy conditions have prompted the cancellation of 59 flights to and from the airport, and dozens of delays ranging from 30 to 90 minutes, according to airport duty manager Joe Walsh.

    The inclement weather prompted the Federal Aviation Administration to call for a ground delay program at the airport that is expected to last through midnight.

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