Blue Angels' Sunday air show has just been nixed due to fog.

The fog in San Francisco did what it had only threatened to do on Saturday: 

it forced the cancellation of the third and final day of the Fleet Week air show.

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Despite thousands of people crowding Crissy Field, the city's rooftops, 

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and anywhere else they could find a view of the skies, Fleet Week organizers announced at 3:30 p.m. 

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that an afternoon postponement would have to be converted to a cancellation for safety reasons.

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"We want to send a special thank you to the city of San Francisco for the hospitality

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and we are looking forward to clearer skies next year, at San Francisco Fleet Week 2023!"

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said the Blue Angels' Twitter account. Fog had also postponed Saturday's airshow, which did eventually take place.

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Minutes before the cancellation was announced, San Francisco Supervisor Dean Preston

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expressed his opinion on whether the contentious event should go ahead, tweeting, 

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"The Blue Angels should not be allowed to fly over San Francisco."

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That's all. This is the tweet." He made no mention of the weather.

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During Sunday's weather delay, at least Karl the Fog expressed regret, tweeting, "Oops I did it again."

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