Memphis International Airport releases update on runway conditions

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Memphis International Airport released an update on flight conditions as more snow fell in the area overnight.

Crews worked through the night to clear runways, taxiways and other surface areas.

Crews have stayed onsite at the Mission Support Center since Sunday night, rotating in 8-hour shifts 24 hours a day, according to a release from MEM.

MEM expects to continue winter weather operations into the weekend.

While quite a few flights were canceled, a number of passenger flights are continuing as scheduled on Thursday.

According to MEM, passengers should check with their airline for the most recent scheduling information.

The airport is still experiencing some water pressure issues, but all restrooms are open.

Restaurants are closed.

HMS Host, which operates food and beverage service at MEM, is working to bring in staff today, according to MEM.

Some retail shops are open.

Runways are closed at General DeWitt Spain and Charles W. Baker airports.

Helicopter fuel is available at Dewitt Spain.