Dense fog rolled through South Florida on Saturday morning, and severe storms are possible for Saturday night and Sunday morning.
The National Weather service issued warnings of possible storms, and on Twitter, the service said that another area of low pressure was developing over the Gulf of Mexico and that it would move over the Florida Peninsula early on Sunday.
Saturday’s conditions were a factor in a few accidents, said Florida Highway Patrol spokesperson Iza Guirre.
The fog was so thick, drivers in some areas were reporting only half a mile of visibility.
Airlines felt the effects of the spooky weather as well. Fort Lauderdale airport tweeted a warning to passengers that flights might be delayed.
Marc Henderson, a spokesperson for the Miami International Airport, said 39 flights were diverted Saturday morning, with most going to other Florida airports.