Wintry weather grounds flights at O’Hare, Midway airports

Wintry weather has led to delays and around 170 cancelled flights at Chicago’s two main airports.
The city Department of Aviation said Sunday that snow and ice at O’Hare International Airport prompted the Federal Aviation Administration to cancel 135 flights by late afternoon.
Another 35 flights were grounded at Midway International Airport, with more cancellations possible.
The FAA reported average flight delays at O’Hare of around 70 minutes.

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