Widespread dense fog could affect airport, morning commute

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SAN DIEGO – Widespread dense fog developed along the San Diego coast Thursday night and was expected to impact the Friday morning commute, according to FOX 5 meteorologist Jason Handman.

National Weather Service posted a dense fog advisory until 10 a.m. Friday.

Handman said the fog is expected to extend about 5 to 10 miles inland overnight.  The fog could affect air travel at San Diego International Airport.

The advisory includes the Interstate 5 corridor in San Diego County and southern Orange County. The visibility will be a quarter of a mile or less.

Drivers should slow down, use low-beam headlights and leave plenty of distance between any vehicle in the lane.