Dense Fog Cuts Visibility Along Central California Highway

Dense fog cut visibility in central California to as low as 200 feet in some areas on Thursday, January 23, the National Weather Service (NWS) reported.

The NWS issued a dense fog advisory for parts of California’s San Joaquin Valley on Thursday morning, warning motorists of a “high transportation risk” due to reduced visibility.

The NWS advised drivers to slow down, use low-beam headlights, and maintain additional space between other cars while driving through patches of fog.

This video, filmed by James Dudley, shows heavy fog along California State Route 43 near Hanford. Credit: James Dudley via Storyful