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Met Office weather warning for fog during rush hour

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The Met Office is urging people to be aware of fog, including some freezing fog patches that could last all day in some parts.

There are concerns that visibility could be less than 100 metres.

Drivers are being urged to take care.

Areas of fog, including some locally dense freezing fog patches with visibility less than 100 metres, will readily form on Monday evening and persist through the night into Tuesday. Please be aware of likely tricky road travel conditions.

– Met Office Warning

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Falcons fly past Harlequins in thrilling 38-32 win

Newcastle Falcons Michael Young celebrates with teammates Vereniki Goneva and Joel Hodgson during the Aviva Premiership match at Kingston Park, Newcastle. Credit: PA Images

Newcastle Falcons recorded back to back wins as they saw off Harlequins 38-32 in an enthralling fixture at Kingston Park.

Falcons impressed early on with two tries from Juan Pablo Socino whilst securing their first four-try Premiership bonus point since May 2015.

Falcons next game is their return fixture against Lyon in the European Challenge Cup.

York denied point following late Tranmere winner

York City moved down to bottom of the table after losing 1-0 away to Tranmere Rovers.

James Norwood's free header in added time was enough to secure the win for Tranmere.

Rhys Murphy showed promise alongside fellow loan signing Jon Parkin before being stretchered off early on the second half.

The Ministermen's next home game is against Worcester in the FA Trophy.

James Norwood when he was playing for Forest Green Rovers before joining Tranmere in the summer Credit: Nigel French/EMPICS Sport

Gateshead lose 1-0 to North Ferriby Utd in their third straight defeat

Gateshead FC Flag Credit: PA Images

Gateshead suffered a dent in their promotion hopes as they lost 1-0 to North Ferriby United.

Reece Thompson's strike on 31 minutes was enough to see of the Heed Army which see them lose their third game in succession.

The defeat leaves Gateshead 10 points off Dover Athletic who currently occupy the final play-off position.

Gateshead will look to get back to winning ways against King's Lynn in their next game in the FA Trophy.

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