Fog may cause delays at SFO today

The return of fog to the Bay Area may cause delays at San Francisco International Airport this morning, said airport officials. “We may seem some 20-30 minute delays on inbound flights” because of the low fog, said Linday Perry, the on-duty manager at the airport. Outbound flights would not be affected, she said, noting that it was the “first time in a while” the fog has threatened schedules.

Any potential delays should clear up by noon, she said.

— Examiner staff report

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