Southwest Airlines grounds fleet nationwide over tech issues with weather software

Southwest Airlines' flights were experiencing massive technical issues after reports suggested that their weather reporting software was down leading to a nationwide grounding for several hours Monday night. Fliers on social media reacted angrily to the travel delays and the official Southwest account was responding in kind trying to update passengers on what was happening. One airport, Hollywood-Burbank in California said the network issue there had been resolved. NewsNOW from FOX will be monitoring the situation as this is a breaking news story with developing details

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