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Fog rolls in over Sussex

The Argus: Fog rolls in over Sussex Fog rolls in over Sussex

Sussex woke up to a thick layer of fog this morning.

The fog had been forecast by the Met Office yesterday, with a yellow severe weather warning in place.

But it appears the warnings were heeded with police and fire crews reporting a quiet night with no serious crashes so far.

There were reports of a minor crash at the Southeram Roundabout near Lewes this morning but police had no further details.

But traffic was moving slowly as drivers cuatiously made their way through the patches of fog.

If you have a photo of foggy Sussex send it to picture.desk@theargus.co.uk

 


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9:09am Tue 21 Jan 14

platelet says...

What colour was the fog ?
In India at present, so no vision of fogginess here.
Our sky is blue.
What colour was the fog ? In India at present, so no vision of fogginess here. Our sky is blue. platelet
  • Score: -7

9:17am Tue 21 Jan 14

mc_chopski says...

Still see idiots driving with no lights.
Still see idiots driving with no lights. mc_chopski
  • Score: 9

10:06am Tue 21 Jan 14

Crystal Ball says...

Was there fog across the Tyne?
Was there fog across the Tyne? Crystal Ball
  • Score: 0

10:19am Tue 21 Jan 14

Notters_Seagull says...

Yes, I saw drivers cautiously driving through red lights, cautiously triple-parking and cautiously putting their fog lights on illegally this morning!
Yes, I saw drivers cautiously driving through red lights, cautiously triple-parking and cautiously putting their fog lights on illegally this morning! Notters_Seagull
  • Score: -3

3:34pm Tue 21 Jan 14

sussexram40 says...

Don't tell Sting or Lindisfarne or they will be down to write a song about it.
Don't tell Sting or Lindisfarne or they will be down to write a song about it. sussexram40
  • Score: 0

7:16pm Tue 21 Jan 14

Jagmanmc says...

For goodness sake Argus - its winter, you get Fog in winter.
It's really not that unusual at all is it?

And as for Fog lights, well during my drive to work the visibility was well above 100 metres, so no fog lights required.
They ought to put a buzzer on the fog light switch so that drivers remember to turn them off if they have used them instead of leaving them on for days afterwards.
If only drivers were to keep all of their lights working - the amount of vehicles I see daily with a light not working beggars belief!

Fog? Bah!
For goodness sake Argus - its winter, you get Fog in winter. It's really not that unusual at all is it? And as for Fog lights, well during my drive to work the visibility was well above 100 metres, so no fog lights required. They ought to put a buzzer on the fog light switch so that drivers remember to turn them off if they have used them instead of leaving them on for days afterwards. If only drivers were to keep all of their lights working - the amount of vehicles I see daily with a light not working beggars belief! Fog? Bah! Jagmanmc
  • Score: 1

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