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AIRPORT DELAYS

Shenzhen, Guangdong () 1 hr 13 min1 hr 13 min
Guangzhou, Guangdong () 45 min45 min
Hong Kong () 38 min38 min
Anchorage, AK () 32 min32 min
Washington, DC ()
Partly cloudy
Calm winds
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Atlanta, GA ()
Clear skies
Calm winds
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Chicago, IL ()
Partly cloudy
Calm winds
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Los Angeles, CA ()
Overcast skies
Calm winds
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Dallas-Fort Worth, TX ()
Clear skies
Windy
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