People across Coventry and Warwickshire are waking up to thick fog this morning.
The Met Office has issued a weather warning, which is in place until 11am.
And people are being warned of potentially hazardous driving conditions, following a serious crash in foggy conditions last night in Foleshill.
The good news for Coventry and Warwickshire is that today is expected to be dry, with cloudy skies throughout the rest of the day.
Temperatures will get up to five degrees Celsius, much warmer than yesterday’s cold conditions.
Tomorrow, Sunday, will be similarly dry and cloudy, although there’s a chance of some sunshine in the late afternoon.
What does the weather warning say?
A Met Office spokesman said fog patches may lead to some travel disruption.
People are told to expect:
- Impaired visibility leading to hazardous driving conditions in places, and probable slower journey times especially by road; Delays to bus and train services are possible
- There is a chance of delays or cancellations to flights
Outlook for Coventry and Warwickshire
A cold start with a widespread frost and freezing fog patches in places. Fog taking much of the morning to lift and overall a much cloudier day than recently. Some bright or sunny intervals are likely in places. Feeling chilly. Maximum temperature 6 °C.
Generally dry this evening and overnight but the odd light shower is possible in the west. Fairly large amounts of cloud and not as cold or frosty as recently. Minimum temperature -1 °C.
Bright or sunny spells first thing, but cloud moving southwards during the morning, this giving a few spots of rain in places. Sunnier skies arriving from the north later. Maximum temperature 8 °C.
Outlook for Monday to Wednesday
Mostly sunny on Monday after a cold and frosty start. Becoming cloudier for most on Tuesday and Wednesday, with occasional sunny intervals. Becoming somewhat milder and turning increasingly breezy.
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