ST. LOUIS (KMOX/AP) - Airlines have canceled about 400 flights at Chicago’s airports because of a snowstorm blowing through northern Illinois.
National Weather Service forecasters say the fast-moving storm could drop as much as eight inches of snow on Chicago and surrounding areas.
How is that affecting flights in and out of Lambert St. Louis International Airport?
Five departures for O’Hare and two for Midway have been cancelled.
Five arrivals to St. Louis this afternoon and evening have also been scrapped.
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