Over 120 flights were canceled at Chicago Midway International Airport Sunday due to low visibility and rain. The cancelations included all Southwest Airlines flights, which were canceled between 7 pm Sunday and 9 am Monday. Emily Samuels, an airline spokesperson, said around 50 flights outgoing and incoming were canceled in total for that period in addition to others during the day Sunday with a total of around 120. Visibility was down to about half a mile by early evening and fog continued rolling in in from Lake Michigan. No problems were reported at O'Hare as of mid-afternoon. The National Weather Service issued a dense fog advisory for Lake Michigan and Chicago's lakefront overnight. Monday's forecast looks similar: cloudy, drizzle, and a high of 50 degrees.
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