Fog cancels 17 flights at SLC airport Monday

SALT LAKE CITY – At least 17 flights have been canceled at the Salt Lake City International Airport Monday morning due to dense fog.

This is after low visibility diverted or canceled

The National Weather Service issued a Dense Fog Advisory for several northern Utah counties.

Late Sunday night, about 30 outbound flights from Salt Lake City International Airport have been canceled due to low visibility.

Another 25 inbound flights have been canceled.

Airport officials said passengers should check with their airline regarding delays and cancellations.

The fog is affecting the area around Great Salt Lake and across northwestern and west-central Utah.

Those driving in the affected areas are urged to use caution.

The NWS says drivers may experience fog along I-15 from the Idaho border south to Cove Fort and along I-80 from Salt Lake City to West Wendover.

The fog also put a hold on plans for a dive team to enter Great Salt Lake Sunday to confirm an object found in the water is a missing airplane out of Ogden.

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