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UK weather: Fog warning sparks flight cancellations as commuters hit with bus and train delays

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MANY Brits are in for a bumpy start to the working week with fog causing travel chaos for commuters in the morning.
The Met Office has a yellow weather warning in place, saying the fog will be “thick in places at first”.
London's Tower Bridge is covered in a wall of thick fog5London’s Tower Bridge is covered in a wall of thick fogCredit: LNPDrivers in London heading to the Blackwall Tunnel contend with heavy fog on their journeys5Drivers in London heading to the Blackwall Tunnel contend with heavy fog on their journeysCredit: LNPThe Met Office yellow warning is in place until 10am today5The Met Office yellow warning is in place until 10am todayCredit: Met OfficeThis morning already saw locations including London covered in fog, with the thick clouds obscuring landmarks including Tower Bridge.
The warning covers a large part of England, stretching from the South East and covering London, the East of England, the East Midlands and up to Yorkshire and the Humber.
“Fog may cause some delays to travel during Monday morning,” the Met Office warned, adding that flights could be delayed or cancelled.
London City Airport has already advised travellers to check their flight before heading out to the airport due to “adverse weather conditions”.
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As the day wears on, that fog is expected to turn into low cloud.
Conditions are also likely to be unsettled as cloud and rain in western parts slowly moves East to central parts.
The West will then see dry and sunny spells.
Overnight, more rain is expected, which could be heavy at times, mixed in with some light southerly winds.
That rain will continue to move East into Tuesday which will also be heavy at times.

The North will see the worst of the rain with the northeast also being hit with wind and gales.
Britain will continue to be hit with rain and strong winds for the rest of the working week, across all areas.
The northeast will also be hit by gales or even “severe gales,” according to the weather forecasters.
Although the miserable conditions will be eased with periods of “drier interludes” for many areas.
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If that wasn’t bad enough the Met Office has also warned it will be feeling colder as well.
The unsettled weather is also expected to last into next week as well, when there will be long spells of wind and rain and northern parts could also be hit with patchy frost.
Commuters may have a struggle getting to work first thing5Commuters may have a struggle getting to work first thingCredit: LNPThe fog is expected to clear away as the day progresses5The fog is expected to clear away as the day progressesCredit: LNP
Story Credit: thesun.co.uk

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