DFW airport grounds most flights Tuesday morning due to severe weather. See flight status

In the wake of severe weather, Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport has grounded most of its flights this morning, impacting more than 700 flights.

According to Flight Aware, the airport canceled 202 flights and delayed 500 flights as of 9:45 a.m. Tuesday.

Dallas airport delays: See live flight status

More than 90% of departures from D-FW airport have a flight status of "very late," while some were still scheduled to leave on time, including those to Houston, Midland and Amarillo as of 8:30 a.m.

Flights after noon remain scheduled and on time, as of 10 a.m.

See live flight status.

Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport grounded most of its flights on Tuesday morning due to severe weather.
Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport grounded most of its flights on Tuesday morning due to severe weather.

What's the current weather in Dallas-Fort Worth?

Severe thunderstorms are passing through Dallas-Fort Worth and are expected to continue until noon. According to the National Weather Service office in D-FW, the storms have already produced between two and three inches of rain, with two additional inches possible.

Life-threatening flash flooding is already occurring.

This article originally appeared on Lubbock Avalanche-Journal: DFW airport delays most flights Tuesday due to severe weather

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