Low-lying fog has affected numerous incoming and outgoing flights throughout the Bay Area Friday morning.
The Thanksgiving travel season got off to a bumpy start at San Francisco International Airport on Friday, as a wet weather pattern moved into the area.
Low clouds and rain were causing some delays to flights arriving at San Francisco International Airport Wednesday morning, an airport spokesman said.
A computer glitch stemming from United Airlines merger with Continental caused confusion, long lines and missed flights for many travelers at San Francisco International airport on Saturday.
Freezing rain in the Northwest was stranding some travelers trying to fly between the Bay Area and Seattle Thursday.
United Airlines, which utilizes SFO as a hub, on Tuesday temporarily grounded 96 aircraft, all of them Boeing 757s, while the carrier performs maintenance checks that were not completed.
The wet-gray weather is delaying flights at San Francisco International this weekend and travelers are approaching this news with a variety of attitudes.
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