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Dense fog advisory issued for LA and MS

BATON ROUGE, LA (WAFB) -

The National Weather Service in New Orleans issued a dense fog advisory for southeast Louisiana and southern Mississippi Wednesday morning.

It expired at 9 a.m.

Forecasters said drivers could expect visibility to be less than a quarter-mile at times in certain areas.

Drivers were advised to use their low-beam headlights and leave plenty of distance ahead.

The Louisiana parishes included in the advisory were:

Ascension

Assumption

East Baton Rouge

East Feliciana

Iberville

Lafourche

Livingston

Pointe Coupee

St. Charles

St. Helena

St. James

St. John the Baptist

St. Tammany

Tangipahoa

West Baton Rouge

West Feliciana

 

The Mississippi counties in the advisory zone were:

Amite

Hancock

Harrison

Jackson

Pearl River

Pike

Walthall

Wilkinson

 

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