A WEATHER warning is in force for Herefordshire this morning.

The Met Office has issued a yellow warning for fog for the county, with many parts of Herefordshire waking up to a murky morning.

The warning, which came into force at 3am today (February 14) will remain in place until 10am.

The Met Office said large areas of fog have developed across much of England overnight with visibility of 50-100 metres in many places leading to some challenging travel conditions.

The fog will gradually lift through mid to late morning, the Met Office said.


What to expect

  • The Met Office said areas of fog are likely to cause some travel delays on Tuesday morning
  • There may be delays or cancellations to flights
  • Commuters are warned of slower journey times with delays to bus and train services possible

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What is forecast for the rest of the week?

The Met Office said fog patches will slowly clear this morning, giving way to prolonged sunny intervals and light winds. Maximum temperature 12 °C.

Tonight will remain dry with clear spells bringing a risk of mist, fog, and a patchy rural frost. Minimum temperature 2 °C.

The Met Office said conditions will turn increasingly cloudy in the west during the morning on Wednesday with outbreaks of rain and drizzle and a maximum temperature of 12 °C.

Conditions will turn increasingly cloudy through the end of the week and into the weekend, with outbreaks of rain and strengthening winds.