SAN ANTONIO – The latest from the San Antonio International Airport has more than 40 departures canceled due to the Winter weather. At this time, 10 planned arrivals also have been canceled.
UPDATE: United Airlines has announced it is canceling four out of the six departing San Antonio flights for Tuesday that are between the hours of 5:15 a.m. through 9:30 a.m.
With United canceling its flights, the total of canceled departing flights out of San Antonio is now at 20.
The San Antonio International Airport announced Monday that two major airlines have already begun canceling flights in light of incoming winter weather conditions that are expected to bring freezing rain and icy road conditions Tuesday morning.
Both American Airlines and Delta Air Lines have made SAIA aware they have canceled 18 departing flights that are scheduled for Tuesday between the hours of 5:15 a.m. through 9:30 a.m.
Attention American Airlines Passengers:— San Antonio Airport (@SATairport) January 15, 2018
SAT has been made aware that American Airlines has cancelled flights... https://t.co/QoPIlnwexU
KSAT-12’s Weather Authority meteorologists were made aware Monday morning that the National Weather Service issued a winter storm warning for San Antonio and the Hill Country areas from midnight Monday through 6 p.m. Tuesday.
A winter storm warning has been issued for San Antonio & the hill country from midnight through 6:00pm tomorrow. Freezing rain, sleet, and some snow will begin overnight. Temperatures will drop through the day tomorrow. pic.twitter.com/CtHx5e9Eah— KSAT-12 Weather (@ksatweather) January 15, 2018
Freezing rain, sleet and some snow will begin during those hours as temperatures drop through Monday into Tuesday.
As of 3 p.m., American and Delta are the only airlines to have canceled their San Antonio flights; however, Southwest Airlines announced on its social media pages it is issuing a “travel advisory” to some cities that may be disrupted due to the "forecast weather conditions.”
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