Hundreds of holiday nomads at SFO had to pause their plans yesterday as dense fog and windy conditions delayed some 380 flights, canceling another thirty or so.

As reported by KPIX Friday afternoon, SFO airport officials told the media outlet that 215 flights had been delayed, another 20 were canceled, around noon, slowing down gaggles of holiday travelers. The aggregate flight status and tracker website, FlightAware, shows that, in all, 384 flights leaving SFO were delayed yesterday, with 34 flights.

Leaving SFO later this evening or anytime Sunday? The National Weather Service (NWS) is forecasting high winds, steady rains, and a fresh blanket of fog for tonight and tomorrow, which could cause flying issues; check your flight's status at

AAA estimates over 7 million Americans are flying this holiday season, breaking a 16-year-old record for the number of people jet setting to destinations this time of year.

Related: Four-Plus-Hour Flight Delays Reported At SFO As Vacationers Head Back Home

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