San Francisco News
Fog cuts Blue Angels show short on Sunday
SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- Around one million people flocked to San Francisco for this weekend's Fleet Week events.
The Navy's Blue Angels roared over the San Francisco Bay on Sunday but only for a few minutes. Fog cut their final air show on Sunday a bit short after officials determined the weather to be a hazard.
The San Francisco waterfront was still packed with spectators for a good portion of the day on Sunday.
The five-day Fleet Week event ends on Monday with the band challenge and several ship tours.
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