Why are there no fog advisories?
Fog advisory: what is it and when to expect it?
The fog advisory is a way of telling people in foggy conditions to expect a short but steady fog in the area around them.
Fog advisories are issued on a regular basis, but sometimes they don’t come and often the warnings are given in advance and only for a short time.
The fog advisory was issued on Friday morning and is meant to help with the recovery from the coronavirus pandemic.
As the fog advisory continues, the weather conditions and local conditions can change quickly and with unpredictable consequences, which may include a rise in the temperature and the possibility of rain.
In the meantime, it is recommended that travellers leave their homes and travel only when conditions are safe and to the extent necessary to get to a place where there are few or no obstacles.
For more information about the coronivirus pandemics and what to do if you suspect you have been exposed to the virus, visit the ABC’s website or contact your local health authority.