South Bend Airport watching snow closely
SOUTH BEND, Ind. -- Employees at the South Bend Regional Airport are watching the snow closely, Thursday night.
Employees were expected to be placed on 12 hour shifts to keep the airport open.
ABC 57 talked to airport director John Schalliol, who didn’t anticipate any major problems.
If you are planning on flying during the bad weather you will want to call ahead.
Several flights out of Chicago O’Hare have been delayed or cancelled.