Heavy fog covered the Bel Air area Monday morning.
A heavy fog made for hazardous driving conditions Monday morning. With visibilty relatively low early in the Bel Air area, the sunshine peeking through the clouds at around 10 a.m. was a welcome change. Check out a few shots from this morning at the intersection of Conowingo Road and the Hickory Bypass near Waffle House. Did the fog cause you any problems this morning? Share your experience of the weather in the comments below.
Heavy fog moved into Harford County and the Bel Air area Wednesday night and continued to blanket the area into Thursday morning.
While dense fog added an extra challenge to driving around Bel Air and Harford County Wednesday night and Thursday morning, few accidents had been reported as of 9 a.m. “We have the fog all over the county, but it’s not that busy here, ” Rick Ayers, emergency manager with Harford County Emergency Operations, said of the dispatch center. “I guess we’re lucking out this morning.” Ayers acknowledged the dense fog and speculated that drivers may take extra precautions in those conditions. One accident at Maryland Route 23 and Maryland Route 24 in Forest Hill caused a road closure at the intersection, but the accident involved property damage only, Ayers said. Maryland State Police closed the road due to a downed pole that blocked traffic. The …