Airport authorities have cut arrivals at San Francisco International Airport (SFO) from Tuesday, November 26 through Wednesday, November 27, due to storm conditions.
Arrivals have been cut in half as of Tuesday at 18:30 (local time) and are expected to be returned to normal scheduling on Wednesday at 01:00. Residual delays are to be expected for arrivals throughout the day as the schedule begins to normalize. Authorities have estimated that the ground delay will further delay other flights for about an hour and a half. The biggest impact will be among flights along the West Coast, from Washington to Los Angeles. By 19:30, the airport had experienced 247 delays lasting from 15- to 90-minutes and 22 cancellations.
Individuals traveling via SFO are advised to monitor developments to the situation and to contact their airline for additional information.