HEAVY fog is continuing to cause low visibility this morning, as a weather warning covering Worcestershire remains in place.

Fog patches developed overnight and there are tricky driving conditions in the early morning rush hour.

The Met Office weather warning says: "Fog patches will form during the evening and then become more widespread overnight - perhaps leading to some travel disruption.

"Slower journey times with delays to bus and train services possible.

"There is a chance of delays or cancellations to flights."

West Midlands Ambulance Service tweeted to drivers: "If it’s reduced visibility this morning, don’t forget the dipped headlights and remember to switch off that rear fog light when you get to your destination, if you’ve been using it."



The warning, which has been in place since 5pm on Thursday, is currently scheduled to be lifted at 11am this morning.

The current forecast is for it to be misty and light winds until 2pm. After a break the misty conditions then return this afternoon.

Temperatures are at -2C but will get a little warmer reaching 3C at lunchtime.

The misty fog is not forecast for the weekend, with it expected to remain dry with light clouds and lights winds.

Temperatures are expected to peak at 9C on Sunday.