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CHICAGO (WLS) -- Flights have been temporarily halted out of Chicago's O'Hare International Airport Friday due to a thunderstorm, according to the FAA.

Departures out of ORD have been grounded from 3:01 p.m. to 4:30 p.m., the agency said.

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They also said the probability of the ground stop being extended is between 30-60%.

The FAA said this is not a flight-specific grounding and passengers should check with their airline to determine if your flight is affected.

So far, a total of 3337 flight have been delayed out of O'Hare Friday, according to FlightAware; 19 flights have been canceled.

No other information has been provided at this time. Check back to ABC7Chicago for updates.

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One English student at Birmingham University is even looking at how dwarves’ sexuality is portrayed in the Lord of the Rings books.

Another at Queen Mary University, London, is looking at Brexit’s impact on LGBT sex.

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Taxpayers are part-funding research into the sexual experiences of women who have just had kids, dementia patients, and homosexual Japanese men on social media.

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Funding for the studies is dished out by UK Research and Innovation — a non-government organisation which gets £8billion a year in public cash from the Department for Business.

Of this, more than £500million goes to fund research into the arts, humanities, and social studies.

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UKRI did not comment last night.

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