Twiggs Severe Watches & Warnings NOAA Weather Radio

Special Statement
Statement as of 6:05 AM EDT on August 02, 2015

Areas of fog have developed across portions of central Georgia.
Patchy dense fog is also possible with visibility as low as a
quarter of a mile. The most concentrated areas of fog are from
Americus to Dublin but this area is expected to increase through
daybreak. Motorists should be alert for sudden changes in
visibility and increase your following distance for the morning
commute.



605 am EDT sun Aug 2 2015

Areas of fog have developed across portions of central Georgia.
Patchy dense fog is also possible with visibility as low as a
quarter of a mile. The most concentrated areas of fog are from
Americus to Dublin but this area is expected to increase through
daybreak. Motorists should be alert for sudden changes in
visibility and increase your following distance for the morning
commute.



605 am EDT sun Aug 2 2015

Areas of fog have developed across portions of central Georgia.
Patchy dense fog is also possible with visibility as low as a
quarter of a mile. The most concentrated areas of fog are from
Americus to Dublin but this area is expected to increase through
daybreak. Motorists should be alert for sudden changes in
visibility and increase your following distance for the morning
commute.


605 am EDT sun Aug 2 2015

Areas of fog have developed across portions of central Georgia.
Patchy dense fog is also possible with visibility as low as a
quarter of a mile. The most concentrated areas of fog are from
Americus to Dublin but this area is expected to increase through
daybreak. Motorists should be alert for sudden changes in
visibility and increase your following distance for the morning
commute.



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