Patches of Fog Remain This Morning

Friday, Dec 6, 2013  |  Updated 7:00 AM EDT
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Patches of Fog Remain This Morning

Tayler Aubin

Dense fog led to poor visibility in areas around the state. Viewer Tayler Aubin sent in this photo from Sterling.

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The dense fog advisory issued statewide yesterday is no longer in effect, but drivers will still find foggy areas as they commute this morning.

This morning, there have been some traffic issues, including a tractor-trailer crash on Route 9 North in Haddam. The truck went off the road and over the guardrail between exits 8 and 9. and one lane is closed.

No injuries are reported, but the crash did cause a fuel spill.

Yesterday, areas along Interstate 84 and Interstate 91 north of Hartford seem to have the lowest visibilities.

Bradley Airport reported a visibility of 1/8th of a mile Thursday afternoon. An airport spokesman said 12 flights have been canceled and another seven were delayed.  Passengers are urged to call their airlines for a status on flights.

Later today, the temperature will drop and a wintry mix is possible

Most of the state could get a coating to an inch of snow, while the northwestern part of the state could get an 1 to 2 of snow.

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