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Hundreds of flights were canceled Monday due to Hurricane Beryl making landfall in Texas, with around 3,500 flights delayed. Houston’s George Bush Intercontinental Airport saw nearly 600 cancellations, and William P. Hobby Airport had 165. United Airlines canceled 486 flights, and Southwest 346. Beryl, initially a Category 1 hurricane, weakened to a tropical storm but still poses flooding risks. Rainfall in Houston reached 2-3 inches per hour, potentially totaling 12 inches. Beryl is expected to move through eastern Texas and the Lower Mississippi Valley into the Ohio Valley. United is waiving change fees for affected passengers.

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