U.S.: Update: Midwest storm cancels more flights Monday; storm may impact Tuesday travel as well
From media reports: The Associated Press, KOCO News in Oklahoma and Bloomberg News are reporting that the blizzard that’s creating havoc across the plains Monday is leading to even more travel troubles.
American Airlines has canceled all flights in and out of Will Rogers World Airport in Oklahoma City for Monday and early Tuesday and several other airlines have scratched flights as well.
For now, Midway and O’Hare airports in Chicago are operating normally, according to the Chicago Department of Aviation.
Highways in the Texas and Oklahoma Panhandles are still closed, and weather officials have blizzard warnings and watches through late Monday in Kansas, Oklahoma and Missouri.
Tornadoes may be a factor on Tuesday as the storm rolls through Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, the Florida Panhandle and Georgia.
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