Dense fog advisory issued for inland South Florida

 

Parts of South Florida are under a dense fog advisory Tuesday morning.

Areas include inland Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties, west of Florida's Turnpike. The advisory is in effect until 9 a.m.

Fog also is affecting roads in the Key Largo, according to the Florida Highway Patrol, on U.S. 1 and Card Sound Road.

The patchy fog that rolled in overnight will cut visibility at times to a half-mile and the National Weather Service is urging caution on the roads.

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