Moderate Probability of Delays Expected at Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International (CVG) on June 29, 2020

Delays are expected at Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International (CVG) today. All times on this page are displayed in local time for Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International .

Risk Beginning Ending Details
Medium 2:00 AM on 6/29 6:00 AM on 6/29 More information
Medium 6:00 AM on 6/29 9:00 AM on 6/29 More information
Medium 9:00 AM on 6/29 11:00 AM on 6/29 More information
Medium 4:00 PM on 6/29 1:00 AM on 6/30 More information

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Medium Probability of Delays Between 2:00 AM on 6/29 AND 6:00 AM on 6/29

During this time period the airport expects to experience mist which will cause a medium likelihood that flights will experience delays.

Here is a look at what the forecast conditions are and what is required for normal operation:

Normal Forecast
Conditions None Mist

Visibility Greater than 2 10
Wind Less than 11.8 MPH 3.5 MPH
Clouds Higher than 1,000 Clear

Medium Probability of Delays Between 6:00 AM on 6/29 AND 9:00 AM on 6/29

During this time period the airport expects to experience mist which will cause a medium likelihood that flights will experience delays.

Here is a look at what the forecast conditions are and what is required for normal operation:

Normal Forecast
Conditions None Mist

Visibility Greater than 2 10
Wind Less than 11.8 MPH 0.0 MPH
Clouds Higher than 1,000 Clear

Medium Probability of Delays Between 9:00 AM on 6/29 AND 11:00 AM on 6/29

During this time period the airport expects to experience mist which will cause a medium likelihood that flights will experience delays.

Here is a look at what the forecast conditions are and what is required for normal operation:

Normal Forecast
Conditions None Mist

Visibility Greater than 2 10
Wind Less than 11.8 MPH 3.5 MPH
Clouds Higher than 1,000 Clear

Medium Probability of Delays Between 4:00 PM on 6/29 AND 1:00 AM on 6/30

During this time period the airport expects to experience thunderstorms which will cause a medium likelihood that flights will experience delays.

Thunderstorms are potentially deadly for aircraft, mainly because of the unpredictable and severe winds that are associated with these storms. That wind causes a significant risk to landing aircraft and so airports will typically close during thunderstorms.

Lightning can also cause a hazard to ground staff, so airports may decide to stop servicing aircraft on the ground during these storms and for a period of time after they have passed.

Here is a look at what the forecast conditions are and what is required for normal operation:

Normal Forecast
Conditions None Thunderstorms

Visibility Greater than 2 10
Wind Less than 11.8 MPH 4.7 MPH
Clouds Higher than 1,000 Clear

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