Update, 10 a.m.:
The national Wings of Freedom Tour will touch down at York Airport around 10:30 a.m. on Tuesday, said Hunter Chaney, spokesman for the Collings Foundation, which is bringing the planes to town.
Their arrival comes after a one-day delay because of Monday's inclement weather.
Tours will begin as soon as the aircraft land, he said. They will continue throughout the day until 4:30 or 5 p.m., he said.
Tomorrow's tours begin at 9 a.m. and go till noon, when the planes will head off to their next destination, Chaney said.
Monday's inclement weather will delay the arrival of the national Wings of Freedom Tour, a historical exhibit that will bring three World War II-era aircraft to York Airport this week.
The aircraft were scheduled to arrive around noon, but that time will be pushed back till at least this afternoon, said Hunter Chaney, spokesman for the Collings Foundation, which is bringing the planes to town.
"We're looking at the weather, but right now, it's not looking too good," he said.
The planes operate based on visual flight rules, regulations that pilots must follow in order to see where the aircraft is going, Chaney said. Those conditions aren't up to par yet, he said.
So two scenarios could happen: The weather could clear up this afternoon, and the planes, which are currently in White Plains, N.Y., could begin their 40-minute flight around 2:30 p.m., he said. If that's the case, the planes will open up for tours until 5 p.
If that doesn't happen, all hope goes toward tomorrow, Chaney said.
"I'm hopeful that if it's not today, it'll be first thing in the morning," he said.
Check back for updates as they become available.