Delta Air Lines just announced a travel weather waiver for major hub Salt Lake City (SLC) in effect Monday, February 3.
Ugly weather is forecasted to strike late tonight into tomorrow.
The National Weather Service issued a winter storm warning for Salt Lake City and Tooele, beginning midnight (MST) tonight through 4:00 AM Tuesday. Heavy snow is expected, with total accumulations predicted to reach 6 to 10 inches in the valley floor area. Wind gusts up to 35 MPH are also predicted.
“Travel could be very difficult to impossible,” the NWS warns, saying, “the hazardous conditions could impact the Monday morning and evening commutes. Blowing snow will cause poor visibility.”
In addition to Mondays being big business travel days, the Sundance Film Festival wraps up today in Park City. Flights to the Los Angeles and New York areas will likely be full already.
Tickets must be reissued on or before February 6, with rebooked travel commencing no later than February 6, as well.
Passengers may make a one-time change without being assessed a fee, though fare differences may apply.
Visit the weather waiver’s alert for more information and learn about how Delta weather waivers work in general.
Contact Delta Air Lines for Rebooking Help
If you have questions or need to rebook travel, contact Delta Air Lines directly (not “Delta Airlines”) or the provider through whom you originally purchased travel.
Delta Air Lines: 1-800-221-1212
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