Met Office issues 12-HOUR weather warning – vast section of England and London at risk
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The seven warnings, issued this morning, stretch from Darlington down to the south coast. The Met Office said “hazardous driving conditions” were possible, with the potential for bus and train delays.
There was also a chance of delayed or cancelled flights.
The yellow fog warnings will come into effect from 7pm this evening, and will last until noon tomorrow (Tuesday).
The Met Office forecast: “Areas of fog, some of it dense and freezing, will develop during Monday evening and overnight, persisting into Tuesday morning in places.
“Visibility may dip below 100 metres in some locations.
“Fog will tend to lift into low cloud in many areas on Tuesday, though a few spots may stay foggy into the afternoon.”
In the north, York, Hull and Leeds are anticipated to be affected.
Birmingham, Leicester and Peterborough also come under the warning in central England.
In the south, London, Portsmouth and Brighton fall under the fog warning.
Parts of Wales, including Cardiff, are also expected to be affected.
More to follow…
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