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Dense fog will make for dangerous driving conditions overnight and Monday morning.

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Last Map Update: Mon, Dec. 18, 2017 at 6:41:35 am CST

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Fog Safety. Give yourself plenty of time to reach your destination. Slow down. Use low beam headlights and fog lights. Give plenty of space to other drivers.
Dense fog has developed across portions of central Oklahoma into western north Texas. Visibility of less than a 1/4 mile will be possible in some locations. Hazardous driving conditions will be likely through the morning commute Monday morning.
Rain chances will start across north Texas into southern Oklahoma through the morning. Chances will increase north and northeastward in the afternoon and evening.
Holiday Weekend. Is there a chance of snow? Yes, but models continue to trend drier, which means flurries and or a dusting is possible. Should I cancel my plans? I'm not, but keep checking the forecast to stay up to date.
Dense fog will be seen Monday morning, with fog possible again early Tuesday. A much colder weather pattern will arrive Friday into next week.

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