Behind a cold front that is moving through central Virginia early this Tuesday morning, skies are clearing with light winds. Considering the recent dreary, damp days, there's plenty of moisture at the ground to support the development of fog where skies are clearing. As a result, visibilities are dropping to a quarter-of-a-mile in some parts of central Virginia. There is a Fog Advisory until 9 AM for the areas highlighted in grey on this map:
But other locations outside of the Advisory are also getting some light fog, including Jarratt. Here's a picture submitted this morning on Facebook by one of our CBS 6 viewers Debbie Lynn Allen of the fog in Jarratt, VA:
If you have fog pictures to share with us this morning, you can post them at my Facebook page by clicking here for the Wall. You can also tweet your pictures to me @SouthernRedRose.
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