Storm Forces Airlines To Cancel Flights Out Of Ohio


Forecasters say high winds could down trees and cause other damage in Ohio as Hurricane Sandy bears down on the East Coast.
More than half of Dayton International Airport flights Monday are canceled. A spokesman said the 22 departures and 21 arrivals canceled in Dayton involved eastern cities such as New York and Washington.

Flights have also been canceled at airports in Cleveland, Columbus and the Cincinnati region.
Ohioans are urged to monitor storm developments, especially people around Lake Erie and in low-lying areas.
Forecasters are warning of 30-40 mph winds that could gust to 55-60 mph in parts of central Ohio Monday afternoon and Tuesday.

They could cause damage and power outages in some areas. Forecasters say some Ohioans likely will see the season's first snow Tuesday.

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