DENVER – Low visibility due to fog is causing flight delays and cancellations at Denver International Airport Tuesday.
FlightAware.com is reporting that 227 flights are delayed and another 61 are canceled.
At 8:52 a.m., visibility was 0.13 miles, which is very low. As of 1:25 p.m., visibility has improved to eight miles.
The First Alert 5 weather team expects fog to lift from the area sometime in the morning to mid-afternoon hours, and most flights are delayed until the mid-afternoon, early evening hours.
Be sure to check your flight status before you head out.