The dense fog that started the day Tuesday for North Texans will likely linger for a few extra hours.
A dense-fog advisory is in effect for almost all North Texas counties until 10 a.m., but that may need to be extended, said Jennifer Dunn, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service.
Visibility in most areas is at a quarter-mile and in some areas even less than 100 feet.
“Drivers need to be cautious, careful and slow down where they can,” Dunn said.
A cold front arriving this morning along with a breeze will help to blow away the fog, Dunn said.
As the fog lifts, it will be cloudy but there may be a break for sunshine and highs in the upper 50s.
Dallas/Fort Worth Airport is experiencing a gate hold and taxi delays of less than 15 minutes but the fog is mostly impacting arriving flights, said Lynn Lunsford, Federal Aviation Administration spokesman.