According to an update given to Eyewitness News, all flights have been canceled or diverted for the rest of Wednesday.
Crews are working to bring in temporary water storage tanks for essential needs such as flushing toilets. Officials called it an "emergency situation" they are addressing.
Meanwhile, the airfield at George Bush Intercontinental Airport remains open, according to IAH's Twitter account, but weather-related flight cancellations or delays are still happening.
"A City of Houston Boil Water Notice is now in effect which includes Bush Airport," read a tweet posted at 12:13 p.m. on Wednesday. "Please check the current status of your flight before leaving your home."
A City of Houston Boil Water Notice is now in effect which includes Bush Airport. Please check the current status of your flight before leaving your home. While the airfield is open, some weather related flight cancellations or delays are still occurring.— Houston Bush Airport (@iah) February 17, 2021
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