Fog Rolls In, Flooding Possible

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 01/29/2013 - 03:42

The National Weather Service issued a dense fog advistory and a flood watch for Southeast Michigan.

An unseasonably moist airmass is expected to create a fog that will reduce visibility to less than a quarter mile. The poor visibility could lead to hazardous driving conditions. Drivers are urged to slow down, use headlights and leave plenty of distance in front of them.

The dense fog advisory is in place until 7 a.m.

Warm temperatures and rain could cause flooding Tuesday night. Temperatures are expected to reach 57 degrees with more than an inch of rain expected throughout the day and night. A deep frost will prevent the ground from absorbing much of the moisture.

The warm temperatures continue until Thursday, when the high falls to 25.

 

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