Foggy commute prompts warning for drivers

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SAN DIEGO — Forecasters warned that fog could make driving conditions more dangerous during the morning commute Tuesday.

The fog formed along the coast and spread as far as 10 miles inland, according to National Weather Service. “Be extra careful on your morning commute today,” NWS said in a tweet.

The National Weather Service suggests drivers slow down, never use their high beams, and leave plenty of distance between their vehicle and the car in front of them.

Read more tips on driving in the fog here.

The fog was expected to last through around 10 a.m.

High temperatures along the coast Tuesday were expected to reach the upper 60s and low 70s, while the inland valleys were forecast for a high in the low 80s.

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