Storms in Midwest impacting Bay Area airports

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SAN FRANCISCO INT'L AIRPORT  (KTVU) - The storms rolling across the midwest and central United States are disrupting travel here in the Bay Area.

The three local airports reported cancellations Tuesday, with the flights most affected coming from, and heading to Texas and Chicago.

But with the storms headed towards the Northeast, flights to New York and other Northeastern cities will be affected Tuesday, and through the rest of the week.

Online flight tracking service, Flightaware, showed that there were more than 2,800 cancellations and 4,800 delays throughout the U.S. on Monday.

A typical day averages 150 cancelations and 4,000 delays.

The duty manager at SFO told KTVU that there were 25-departures and 36-arrivals were canceled on Monday.