After Monday's rain, winter mix, and snow (in northern and western Virginia), low-level moisture at the ground remains high causing fog to develop in most of the Commonwealth. The fog is particularly dense in the western third of the state, where some locations there are under a Dense Fog Advisory until mid-morning for significantly reduced visibilities to a quarter of a mile or less.
Visibilities are reduced elsewhere in central Virginia outside of the Advisory, though, so please use caution on your commute this morning. The fog can be at its densest in low-lying spots, along waterways, and in agricultural areas. Use your fog lights or low-beam settings while driving this morning, even after sunrise.
I mentioned the snow from yesterday in parts of Virginia. Here's a beautiful shot of the snow falling Monday in King George, VA by Breanna Marini:
This photo was posted on my Facebook page by Breanna. You can share your snow pictures, at my page by clicking here, too.
--Meteorologist Carrie Rose
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