San Diego Dense Fog Warning Continues

Thick fog has lingered in San Diego throughout the long holiday weekend

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    NBC 7 San Diego
    The fog rolls into San Diego Sunday afternoon.

    The National Weather Service (NWS) has issued yet another dense fog warning for San Diego, effective Sunday evening.

    According to the NWS, the dense fog advisory is in effect beginning at 5 p.m. Sunday through 10 a.m. Monday.

    Flights Cancelled Due to Dense Fog

    [DGO] Flights Cancelled Due to Dense Fog
    Dozens of flights were cancelled at Lindbergh Field Friday night after extremely dense fog rolled in. NBC 7's Tony Shin speaks with travelers who were forced to alter their flying plans. (Published Saturday, Nov. 24, 2012)

    During this time, a very thick but shallow marine layer is expected to spread inland and bring areas of dense fog.

    Visibility will be reduced to a quarter-mile or less – maybe even down to 200 feet.

    The NWS says the dense fog will likely impact travel on coastal roads and freeways, and may also delay inbound and outbound flights at coastal airports.

    The dense fog has lingered in San Diego throughout the long Thanksgiving weekend.

    On Friday night, the fog caused 52 outbound and inbound flight cancellations and delays at Lindbergh Field, leaving many travelers stranded and frustrated.

    For the current list of flight statuses at the San Diego Airport, click here.

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