OKLAHOMA CITY — Drivers are urged to exercise caution Monday as dense fog blankets much of Oklahoma.
A dense fog advisory is in place until 10 a.m. Monday for parts of northern, central and southern Oklahoma. The National Weather Service says the fog is decreasing visibility to a quarter-mile or less in some areas.
The fog has caused multiple flight delays and a few cancellations at Will Rogers World Airport in Oklahoma City. A handful of flights are delayed at Tulsa International Airport.
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