A total of 67 flights were cancelled Saturday at San Francisco International Airport due to weather related problems, officials said.
A SFO Duty Manager said the cancellations were short-haul flights to places like Eureka and Santa Barbara. Officials decided to cancel those specific flights as a way to free up runways for long-haul flights.
Other airports like Oakland International Airport and Norman Y. Mineta International Airport in San Jose had a few delays, but no cancellations.
Earlier this week, a power outage at Oakland International Airport caused delays and cancellations and operations went back to normal almost a full day later.