Lightning strikes as a severe storm passes over east Baltimore. (Jerry Jackson, Baltimore Sun /July 14, 2014)
The National Weather Service has extended its dense fog warning through 9 a.m. Monday throughout much of Maryland, including the greater Baltimore area.
The service notes that visibility in some areas will be reduced to less than a quarter mile, creating potentially hazardous driving conditions.
Motorists should use their low-beam headlights, slow down and leave plenty of distance between vehicles ahead, the NWS suggests.
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