I'm sitting on an airplane right now, AA flt. 21 JFK-LAX.
Apparently it's very windy in Los Angeles right now, and my wife (thanks, a lot, my dear) just sent me this article from the LA Times:
Strong winds this evening forced one flight heading to Los Angeles International Airport to be diverted to another airfield, said Allen Kenitzer, spokesman for the Federal Aviation Administration. He said the winds, gusting up to 35 knots, forced two other flights to use "missed approach" procedures, meaning each had to make two attempts to land.
Wind gusts topping 50 mph swept into Los Angeles County this afternoon, causing scattered power outages from downed power lines in the San Fernando and San Gabriel valleys.
In the Bay Area, a cable snapped on the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge, hitting three vehicles. According to the San Francisco Chronicle, the cable was on a newly built span of the bridge's upper deck. Caltrans engineers were checking the structural integrity of the bridge, according to the newspaper.
So that's awesome. Looking forward to landing in a couple of hours.
Update: The landing was bumpy, but we made it in just fine. I'm home, and I'm going to bed.