Forest Severe Watches & Warnings NOAA Weather Radio

Special Statement
Statement as of 3:50 AM CDT on September 02, 2015

... Areas of dense fog this morning...

Moist air combined with light winds and clear skies has resulted
in areas of dense fog this morning. Visibilities will be less
than a quarter mile in some areas so drive with care and be ready
to slow down when driving in fog. Motorists are urged to exercise
caution during the morning commute... as visibilities can vary
significantly in a very short distance.

The foggy conditions should improve by 9 am.


Kurimski

350 am CDT Wed Sep 2 2015

... Areas of dense fog this morning...

Moist air combined with light winds and clear skies has resulted
in areas of dense fog this morning. Visibilities will be less
than a quarter mile in some areas so drive with care and be ready
to slow down when driving in fog. Motorists are urged to exercise
caution during the morning commute... as visibilities can vary
significantly in a very short distance.

The foggy conditions should improve by 9 am.


Kurimski


131 am CDT Wed Sep 2 2015

... Areas of dense fog early this morning...

Moist air combined with light winds and clear skies has resulted
in areas of dense fog early this morning across north central and
portions of central Wisconsin. Visibilities will be less than a
quarter mile in some areas so drive with care and be ready to slow
down when driving in fog. Motorists are urged to exercise
caution... as visibilities can vary significantly in a very short
distance.


Kurimski

131 am CDT Wed Sep 2 2015

... Areas of dense fog early this morning...

Moist air combined with light winds and clear skies has resulted
in areas of dense fog early this morning across north central and
portions of central Wisconsin. Visibilities will be less than a
quarter mile in some areas so drive with care and be ready to slow
down when driving in fog. Motorists are urged to exercise
caution... as visibilities can vary significantly in a very short
distance.


Kurimski


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