HUNTSVILLE, Ala. – A calm wind and very wet ground has contributed to thick fog development Sunday Morning. Particularly in valley regions and where rain was seen Saturday fog could be widespread. Be prepared for visibility to be below 1 mile at times.
The National Weather Service has issued a Dense Fog Advisory for Wayne, Lawrence, Giles, Lincoln, Moore, and Franklin Counties in Tennessee along with Limestone, Madison, Jackson, Morgan, Marshall, DeKalb, and Cullman Counties in Alabama. The advisory for dense fog is set to expire at 9am, but patchy fog could linger through 10am.
If you have to drive somewhere early Sunday morning, review these safety reminders before hitting the road.
The fog will clear during the mid-morning hours, giving way to a mix of sun and clouds.
A pop-up shower or thunderstorm will be possible on Sunday due to a stalled front in the area. We will not have anything like what we had on Saturday, and the best chance of any rain on Sunday will be mainly south of Huntsville and Decatur.
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