SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — More than 100 flights have been cancelled Monday morning, in addition to more than 100 flight delays, at San Francisco International Airport, according to an airport duty manager.

SFO Duty Manager Dennis Zamaria said 105 flights were cancelled this morning and 132 flights have been delayed due to stormy weather.

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Of the cancelled flights, 52 are departing flights and 53 are arriving flights, Zamaria said.

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Rain was expected to continue in the area throughout the rest of Monday, according to the National Weather Service.

Airport officials advise travelers to always check with their airlines for specific flight information.

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