A severe weather warning has been issued as fog is set to spread across many parts of the country.
The Met Office issued the warning for much of England, including the South-east, this morning.
The yellow warning, which warns people to 'be aware', is valid from 6pm today until 11am tomorrow.
A statement said: "Fog will become fairly extensive across many parts of England and Wales during Monday evening and overnight into Tuesday, with the visibility falling to 100-300 metres and locally 50 metres over hills.
"The public should be aware that low visibility may lead to some disruption to travel."
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