The day after a huge snowstorm, O'Hare was still dealing with flight cancelations Sunday. Over 175 were canceled as Chicago had to clean up the mess after the second-largest snowfall hit the city for November. As off 1130 am, the city's Department of Aviation said inbound and outgoing flights were being delayed for an average of 45 minutes and almost 200 flights canceled. None were reported affected at Midway. Over 11 inches of snow fell at O'Hare which almost met the current record-holder of November 25 to 26, when a full foot of snow fell. Areas outside the city got even more snow.
The city doesn't expect any more snow until after Thanksgiving, so holiday travelers should be okay. Rain will start to fall Wednesday and likely continue through Friday.
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