200 flights canceled at Dallas Love FieldDate: May 11, 2015 | Category:
According to the Washington Times, there were 200 flight cancelations at Dallas Love Field on May 10 caused by dangerous weather conditions.
The entire middle of the country faced bizarre weather phenomena Sunday, from tornadoes and severe thunderstorms to inches of snow and hail. Dallas Love Field was under a severe thunderstorm watch that soon developed into a warning as torrential rain and high-speed winds altered many travelers' Mother's Day plans.
According to The Weather Channel, Dallas will be expecting temperatures in the mid-70s with a high chance of rain until Thursday and Friday, when thunderstorms and mid-80s temperatures are expected. The weekend and the middle of next week will also likely bring storms and similar temperatures.
Those flying to or from Dallas Love Field may want to check with their airlines to learn their flight status ahead of time. The weather forecast may require some changes in your plans. There are many hotels in the area surrounding the airport, but it is best to reserve lodging as soon as possible if you know your flight has been delayed overnight.