As morning commuters make their way across West Alabama, please use caution. According to the National Weather Service Birmingham, there is a DENSE FOG ADVISORY IN EFFECT UNTIL 9 AM CDT THIS MORNING.

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WHAT...Visibility of one quarter of a mile or less at times in dense fog.

WHERE...Portions of central Alabama.

WHEN...Until 9 AM CDT this morning.

IMPACTS...Hazardous driving conditions due to low visibility.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS... If driving, slow down, use your headlights, and leave plenty of distance ahead of you.

(Updated at 8:00 a.m.) Since many Alabamians travel throughout the state for business, this includes the following counties:

Lamar

Fayette

Walker

Blount

Etowah

Calhoun

Cherokee

Cleburne-

Pickens

Tuscaloosa

Jefferson

Shelby

St. Clair

Talladega

Clay-

Randolph

Sumter

Greene

Hale

Perry

Bibb

Chilton

Coosa

Tallapoosa

Chambers

Marengo

Dallas

Autauga

Elmore

Barbour

Bullock

Pike

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