A Met Office weather warning for fog is in place this morning (19/12) with the South West being one of a number of regions affected.
They say driver must be careful on the roads; "Please be aware of potential delays and hazardous driving conditions. Some improvement may take place by Monday morning, as thicker cloud edges in from the east."
Yellow Fog Warning
Issued at: 13:47 on Sun 18 Dec 2016
Valid from: 16:00 on Sun 18 Dec 2016
Valid to: 10:00 on Mon 19 Dec 2016
The Exeter Chiefs were among those affected by heavy fog across the West Country earlier today.
The Chiefs were returning from France after yesterday's victory in the European Champions Cup against Bordeaux Begles.
But they were diverted to Newquay Airport on the way back after the worst of the fog left them unable to land at Exeter Airport.
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