BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The Federal Aviation Administration on Monday issued a ground stop for flights destined for BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport.

“Departures to Baltimore-Washington International are grounded due to snow or ice,” the FAA said. “Probably of extension is medium (30-60%).”

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Meanwhile, aircraft flying out of BWI are being sprayed with fluid to remove snow and ice before they depart.

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While the airport said its crews are working to keep its runways clear, FlightAware shows dozens of delays and cancellations for flights heading in and out of BWI.

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As of noon Monday, there were 85 delays for outgoing and incoming flights, while another 196 flights were canceled.

CBS Baltimore Staff