SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- Some might first hear the sound of howling wind and may feel raindrops -- and then the roar of jetliners above your neighborhood captures your attention.
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During the bomb cyclone storm in the Bay Area, viewers asked ABC7 why they suddenly heard loud airplanes overhead.
Well, flight patterns out of the three Bay Area airports change depending on the winds.
Watch the video above for a full explanation.
How wind changes affect flight patterns at SFO, Mineta San Jose, Oakland International airports