Kalamazoo Severe Watches & Warnings NOAA Weather Radio

Watches & Warnings

Special Statement
Issued: 6:23 AM EDT Aug. 14, 2018 – National Weather Service

... Locally dense fog this morning...

Satellite imagery and observations indicate patchy fog across western
portions of lower Michigan this morning. Locally dense fog is
occurring as well with visibilities dipping to around one quarter of
a mile at times. The thickest fog is situated across Muskegon, Oceana
and Newaygo counties.

The fog will begin to lift after 800 am and more considerably after
900 am. By 1000 am the fog should have dissipated in most areas.

If traveling this morning be prepared to encounter limited
visibilities. Allow some extra time to reach your destination during
the morning commute especially for areas like Twin Lake, Fremont and
Hesperia.


Duke

623 am EDT Tue Aug 14 2018

... Locally dense fog this morning...

Satellite imagery and observations indicate patchy fog across western
portions of lower Michigan this morning. Locally dense fog is
occurring as well with visibilities dipping to around one quarter of
a mile at times. The thickest fog is situated across Muskegon, Oceana
and Newaygo counties.

The fog will begin to lift after 800 am and more considerably after
900 am. By 1000 am the fog should have dissipated in most areas.

If traveling this morning be prepared to encounter limited
visibilities. Allow some extra time to reach your destination during
the morning commute especially for areas like Twin Lake, Fremont and
Hesperia.


Duke