Low clouds may cause SFO delays 

The pesky clouds hanging low in the sky Monday morning may cause flight delays of up to 30 minutes at San Francisco International Airport, according to airport duty manager Carol Spear.

“At the moment everything is on schedule,” Spear said, adding that any delays could occur between 8 a.m. and 1 p.m.

Earlier reports stated that the rampant San Francisco fog could cause delays, but it’s really the clouds that could cause trouble, Spear said.

The Federal Aviation Administration has implemented a ground delay program for 8 a.m. in which SFO-bound flights are slowed, subsequently affecting outgoing flights, Spear said.


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