SAN DIEGO -- Air travelers in San Diego headed to Chicago and Dallas faced canceled flights or delays due to bad weather Monday.
Hundreds of flights were canceled nationwide due to the inclement weather.
Snow and ice in Chicago resulted in the cancelation of two United Airlines flights headed from Lindbergh Field to the Windy City, according to the flight tracking website FlightAware.com. American Airlines canceled one flight.
The online flight board at Lindbergh Field showed that Southwest Airlines canceled one flight from San Diego to Chicago's Windy City.
American also canceled a pair of flights due to poor weather affecting Dallas/Forth Worth International Airport, while one Southwest run to Love Field in Dallas left about 45 minutes late.