National Weather Service forecasters are expecting another foggy morning in Palm Beach County on Wednesday as light winds, moist air and temperatures come together.
Forecasters issued a special weather advisory Tuesday morning warning of dense, patchy fog throughout South Florida and visibility reduced to one mile or less.
In a hazardous weather outlook issued Tuesday afternoon, meteorologists said conditions are good again for fog to form late Tuesday night and early Wednesday morning. In the thickest fog, visibility could be reduced to less than a quarter mile.
Fog, which is basically a surface-level stratus cloud, occurs when the temperature lowers to the dew point and winds are low. Also, southwest winds will be blowing in moisture, keeping the dew point high.
There is still a chance for afternoon thunderstorms Wednesday as a cold front pushes through. The Storm Prediction Center has Central Florida under a marginal risk for severe weather Wednesday.