Too hot to fly? Here's how heat could delay your flight

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You knew bad storms can affect flights, but what about extreme heat? AccuWeather explains why how it can be too hot to fly. (CCG)

"Too hot to fly" -- is there such a thing?

As it turns out, there is. As AccuWeather explains, anything over 104 degrees can be cause for concern. That's because hotter temperature means thinner air. When the air gets too thin, planes can't get enough lift to fly safely.
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