Tue., January 10, 2012 6:28am (EST)

Dense Fog Blankets Georgia, Again
By Associated Press
Updated: 3 years ago

ATLANTA  —  
Forecasters said visibility will be reduced to less than a quarter-mile, making travel treacherous on roads. (Photo Courtesy of <a href=http://www.freefoto.com/preview/16-01-53/Road-in-the-Fog>Ian Britton via FreeFoto.com</a>.)
Forecasters said visibility will be reduced to less than a quarter-mile, making travel treacherous on roads. (Photo Courtesy of Ian Britton via FreeFoto.com.)
Dense fog reduced visibility across central and north Georgia for the second day this week, leading to a dense fog advisory for much of the state.

The National Weather Service said the dense fog advisory was in effect through 10 a.m. Tuesday.

Forecasters said visibility will be reduced to less than a quarter-mile, making travel treacherous on roads.

The advisory covered most of the state, including all of metro Atlanta.

Cities included in the advisory included Rome, Dalton, Dahlonega and Blairsville in the northern part of the state. Officials said the advisory also covered Americus, Athens, Augusta, Columbus, Dublin, Gainesville, LaGrange, Macon, Toccoa and Vidalia.