Monday's snow storm caused delays both on the road and in the air.
More than 300 flights were delayed Monday at Salt Lake International Airport, according to Flightaware.
Officials at the airport said most of the delays happened while planes waited for de-icing. They also said Monday was "one of the busiest [President's Days] ever".
Awesome snow removal crews are busy keeping the runways & taxiways clear for safe take offs and landings @slcairport . Plan extra time when traveling through SLC this President's Day--one of the busiest ever. Thanks to all airport workers who keep operations running smoothly✈️ pic.twitter.com/1gGchBcWtG— SaltLakeCityAirport (@slcairport) February 19, 2018
Two flights were canceled. Officials said the delays were at most about an hour.
As always, we've got Utah's Most Accurate Forecast at good4utah.com/weather.
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