Cancellations and delays at South Florida airports due to tropical storms
South Florida airports are seeing a growing number of flights being delayed and canceled due to the impending impacts of Potential Tropical Cyclone One.
Flight disruption reported from Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International, Palm Beach International, or Miami International Airport. Flights delays and cancellations continue as a result of what is now Tropical Storm Alex.
At Fort Lauderdale: Delta, Jetblue, Allegiant, and American have cancelled or delayed multiple flights. At Palm Beach, Delta and Jetblue seem to be the most challenged. And at Miami: American is reporting a few minor delays, with the airport’s major issues appearing to involve Delta and Frontier.
Fast-moving Tropical Storm Alex brushed past Bermuda on Monday morning, knocking out power to hundreds of customers.
Bermuda’s international airport resumed services at 2 pm.
Amid severe weather, airlines encourage flyers to check for alerts about their flight schedules and arrival times.
The Weather Prediction Center (WPC) has issued a «Slight Risk» for excessive rainfall for portions of the Central and Southern Plains into the mid-Mississippi Valley through early June 8. Officials could update and possibly extend the coverage of the relevant weather alerts over the coming days.
Individuals in the above areas are advised to follow local weather forecasts, to adhere to any advice issued by regional authorities (e.g. potential evacuation orders), and to confirm travel plans.