Met Office issues warning of fog for Dorset on Thursday morning

Bournemouth Echo: Met Office issues warning of fog for Dorset on Thursday morning Met Office issues warning of fog for Dorset on Thursday morning

THE Met Office has issued a yellow warning of fog for tomorrow morning.

Despite the blue skies and sunshine today, we could see patchy fog forming in the early hours of Thursday morning and lingering into rush hour.

The warning, which is valid from 2am until 10am on Thursday, includes Bournemouth, Poole and Dorset.

It reads: “Fog patches are expected to form overnight onwards into early Thursday morning, becoming dense in places with visibility below 200 metres at times.

The public should be aware of the potential for some difficult driving conditions and disruption to travel, particularly during the morning rush hour.

The Chief Forecaster continued: "Light winds and clear skies overnight and during Thursday morning will allow fog to form in places.

"Not everywhere in the yellow area will see fog, but where it forms it is likely to be dense at times, especially in low-lying areas. The fog will then slowly clear through the middle of the morning."

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9:31pm Wed 12 Mar 14

Isosceles says...

Wow, my gasted is flabbered at this 'news'.
The warning says 'we could see patchy fog forming' not 'we will see patchy fog forming' (:o))
I expect the front page of the Echo to be devoted to 'fog' or 'no fog' on Thursday.
Wow, my gasted is flabbered at this 'news'. The warning says 'we could see patchy fog forming' not 'we will see patchy fog forming' (:o)) I expect the front page of the Echo to be devoted to 'fog' or 'no fog' on Thursday. Isosceles
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9:36pm Wed 12 Mar 14

whataboutthat says...

I can't see this happening...
I can't see this happening... whataboutthat
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6:10am Thu 13 Mar 14

Gordon Cann says...

Fog in the English Channel,;Europe cut off from Britain?
Fog in the English Channel,;Europe cut off from Britain? Gordon Cann
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