Fog covers Triangle

Posted August 14, 2008

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— Dense fog coated the Triangle early Thursday morning.

A dense fog advisory was issued for the WRAL viewing area as visibility in some areas dropped to a quarter-mile or less, WRAL meteorologist Elizabeth Gardner said. Visibility increased by 9 a.m. as the fog began to dissipate. It was expected to burn off by mid-morning.

Thursday was expected to be partly cloudy with a high in the mid to upper-80s. Lows overnight are expected in the mid-60s.

An upper-level trough of low pressure over the state Thursday and Friday could induce development of a shower or storm in the afternoon or evening hours both days.


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  • TheAdmiral Aug 14, 2008

    It must be global warming. Cooler than normal Summer, Rainy, the lake is 7 inches down from normal.

    I mean - it is crazy! It is all Al Gore's fault for lying!

  • Z Man Aug 14, 2008

    Chris Hohmann (WTVD) said numerous times yesterday that there will be fog this morning. WRAL still has the best website though.

  • Space Mountain Aug 14, 2008

    I can't wait to hear what Greg has to say about the fog tonight!

  • Shiger Aug 14, 2008

    All of the tv stations get their information from the National Weather Service. That's where you should point the finger.

  • orange dude Aug 14, 2008

    An early fall wouldn't hurt my feelings!

  • bs101fly Aug 14, 2008

    so does bad forecasting!
    learn to work the equipment or use the wet finger forecasting method because your % of correct forecasting is veryyyyyyyyyyyy lowwwwwwwwwwwwww wral tv {mainly Greg Fishel who only works 8 days a month!} Maybe that's the problem!!!