Watch out for the fog this morning! Code Yellow issued for dense fog

Fog is coming!

A new week means a new weather report from us DR team and we kick start our Monday with some serious fog all over the Netherlands!

Dense fog in the Netherlands: Code Yellow

If you are about to get ready to hit the roads for work, be careful! There has been a warning for dense fog all over the country. According to KNMI, visibility is less than 200 meters in some places. So when we say there is some serious fog, we mean it! As a result, code yellow has been issued for all provinces as a warning for dangerous driving conditions due to poor visibility.

Although the fog is expected to slowly disappear around late morning, it never hurts to watch out for possible dangers. KNMI also warned motorists to be extra careful during this time.

with the courtesy of

Do you live in Groningen? Then you are in luck. According to Groningen is the only province who can go on with their morning rush without any danger.

How is the fog where you live? Don’t forget to share with us in the comments! (and photos are welcome too)

Ceren Spuyman
Ceren Spuyman
Born and raised in Istanbul, Ceren moved when she decided to follow her own Dutchie. Being restless by nature, she is now busy with everything Dutch by majoring in Dutch Studies at Leiden University while living in Delft. Her hobbies are petting as many cats as possible.


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