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Flight delays and San Francisco summer weather

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While the fog lingers during The City’s quintessential summer morning, flights at the San Francisco International Airport will probably be delayed.

The Federal Aviation Administration has issued a ground delay program, limiting the number of flights that can land until 1 p.m. and subsequently delaying departures, too, according to an airport duty manager.

Most the flights up and down the coast or traveling within a 1,000-mile radius will probably be delayed anywhere from 15 to 45 minutes until the fog clears.

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However, according to the weatherman, the sky is not going to get much bluer.

The fog will probably stick around, while the temperatures will remain in the 50s and a 20 mph sea breeze will roll off Ocean Beach, said meteorologist Ryan Walbrun at the National Weather Service.

“Yeah, summer’s here,’’ Walburn said.

kkelkar@sfexaminer.com



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