Firefighters talk to the driver of a Honda that was stranded in the northbound lanes of Hanover Street near MedStar Harbor Hospital in South Baltimore on Tuesday afternoon. They helped her out of the car as water rose in the lanes of traffic. (Pamela Wood, Baltimore Sun /August 12, 2014)
A dense fog advisory is in effect across Central Maryland from 9 p.m. Friday through 10 a.m. Saturday, according to the National Weather Service.
The advisory covers from Washington County to Harford County, and from the Mason-Dixon Line to Southern Maryland. Visibilities of a quarter mile or less are possible.
Motorists are advised to use low-beam headlights and keep a safe distance between other vehicles.
Depending on how long the fog and clouds stick around Saturday morning, it could impact high temperatures on what is expected to be a warm day with highs around 60 degrees. Temperatures may not rise above the 50s if skies don't clear early, according to weather service forecast discussions.
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