A mere 200 or so people spent Sunday night in the airport, down from 800 who were stuck there Saturday night, and as of this morning, delays and cancellations are starting to be kept under control with one of four runways still closed.
Bay City News is reporting on delays of 90 minutes, on average, with 17 flights canceled so far for Monday.
A friend of SFist flying to Chicago out of SFO this morning has seen "smooth sailing" and no delay so far.
Current delays are being blamed on "low-lying clouds." But because runway 28L, the site of the Asiana Airlines crash, remains closed, "cancellations and delays are expected to continue into the afternoon even under sunny skies." There's no estimate as to when that runway may reopen.