RICHMOND (NEWS 1130) – If you’re driving around Richmond or Delta, you may notice some foggy patches.
A fog advisory has been issued for the two municipalities, with near zero visibility either expected or already happening.
According to forecasters, the fog is being trapped by a “strong inversion” over the south coast.
Sunshine still headlines your Metro #Vancouver forecast to kick off the work week, with back to back frosty mornings, and some patchy freezing #fog, followed by blue sky afternoons today and Tuesday. Today's high near 8 degrees on the coast and 11 inland. @NEWS1130 @BT_Vancouver
— Russ Lacate (@NEWS1130Weather) January 14, 2019
It can cause sudden reduced visibility, and you’re being reminded to be cautious to deal with any changes.
— Riley Phillips (@Rileythedj) January 14, 2019
— Bruce Faulkner (@BruceFaulkner10) January 14, 2019
Winds this evening out of the Fraser Valley are expected to clear the sections of Metro Vancouver that are affected.
Remember to slow down and watch for tail lights when driving in foggy conditions.
— NEWS 1130 Traffic (@NEWS1130Traffic) January 14, 2019