Update: Dense fog advisory until noon Wednesday

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The National Weather Service Mount Holly Forecast Center has issued a dense fog  advisory calling for limited visibilities for much of the Middle Atlantic States./NWS The National Weather Service Mount Holly Forecast Center has issued a dense fog advisory calling for limited visibilities for much of the Middle Atlantic States./NWS

The National Weather Service Mount Holly Forecast Center has issued a dense fog advisory calling for limited visibilities for much of the Middle Atlantic States.

The dense fog advisory is in effect until noon Wednesday, Jan. 15 and calls for visibilities of one-quarter mile or less, according to the National Weather Service.

“A dense fog advisory means visibilities will frequently be reduced to less than one-quarter mile,” the National Weather Service said. “Slow down. Use the low beams of your headlights and leave plenty of distance ahead of you. Plan on extra time to reach your destination.”

Along with the dense fog advisory, the National Weather Service warns that temperatures cold drop low enough for untreated bridges and overpasses to become icy.

Some cars could have a coating of ice on them, the Weather Service said.

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