Yellow Weather Warning For Fog Extended Across NI

The Met Office has extended a yellow weather warning for fog across Northern Ireland.

The warning remains in place from 3pm today, 11 January, until 3am on Friday, 12 January.

A number of flights have been cancelled and passengers are being advised to check with airlines before travelling.
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A Met Office spokesperson said: "Fog will persist in some parts of Northern Ireland during Thursday afternoon, thickening up towards dusk with the visibility falling below 100 metres in places. However, the fog will lift and clear from the west later on Thursday evening and into the early hours of Friday as winds strengthen."

The public and motorists are being advised to take extra care.


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