TULSA, Oklahoma - With most of North Texas and the Dallas metro under a Winter Storm Warning until 6 p.m., Dallas' two airports, DFW and Love Field are reporting over a thousand flights canceled Monday.

That includes American Airlines flights between Tulsa and DFW Monday and Southwest Airlines flights between Tulsa and Love Field Monday morning. Dallas is being hit by a winter storm that left the metro covered in ice and sleet.

We're also seeing delays in flights heading to Chicago, Atlanta and Denver. All those cities have received winter weather. 

Tulsa International Airport officials are advising passengers to check with American or Southwest before leaving home to see if their flight has been canceled.

News On 6 caught up with one passenger whose flight to Dallas was not canceled early Monday. Once she arrives in Dallas, Aime Osberghaus was scheduled to catch a connecting flight to Korea. She is worried that won't happen.

DFW says crews pre-treated runways and roads at the airport after the initial round of sleet feel on Sunday evening. Roads in and around the airport remained in good condition and officials say all of the aircraft departing DFW or Love Field will be de-iced.