Floor stops carried out by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) at main Chicago airports had been lifted after storms handed by the world Wednesday morning.
The bottom cease at Halfway was lifted at round 11 a.m. ET. A floor cease at O’Hare airport was lifted earlier Wednesday morning.
The FAA mentioned the bottom stops had been carried out with a purpose to maintain vacationers protected. The company additionally mentioned that passengers ought to test their flight’s standing with the airline.
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The Nationwide Climate Service (NWS) reported early Wednesday that scattered showers and storms rolled by the world and that there’s a threat of small pea-sized hail.
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Meteorologists additionally issued flash flood warnings has additionally been issued for a number of areas all through Illinois.
The FAA mentioned that the storms have moved away from the terminals, however that delays might happen attributable to planes having to keep away from the storms.
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As of 11:20 a.m. ET, solely 10% of flights at O’Hare had been delayed, in accordance with flight monitoring web site FlightAware.
The FAA mentioned that there could also be some delays in Atlanta on Wednesday night attributable to anticipated thunderstorms.
The company additionally mentioned it’s watching the trail of Tropical Storm Lee within the Atlantic.