Tuesday’s high winds are wreaking havoc on BART tracks causing complete shutdowns in San Francisco’s Mission, and in the East Bay.
Passengers on planes arriving at San Francisco International Airport Wednesday may be delayed up to 116 minutes, airport officials said.
Can you see it? Look very carefully at the blue sky and you can see a plane flying across the Bay towards Oakland International Airport. I snapped this photo this morning from our KPIX 5 Studios in San Francisco. What caught my eye, is the PLANE!
The weather is creating havoc at San Francisco International airport Thursday morning with over 100 cancellations already reported.
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BART is single-tracking into and out of San Francisco as they try to resolve the problem.
Officials at SFO said passengers can also expect possible delays of between 30 and 60 minutes.
Wet and windy weather hitting the Bay Area is creating delays for local airports Tuesday morning.
Travelers should check in with their airline before heading to the airport.
BART delays have subsided Tuesday morning after police were called to the Richmond Station due to a woman on the tracks.
BART trains are all running on time after officials announced a major delay at the Daly City station in the SFO, Millbrae, and East Bay directions Friday morning.