North Texas was covered with a blanket of fog Tuesday morning, and many people shared some great shots of the fog from all different vantage points.
North Texas does not get dense fog very often, so many people were shocked to see that it rolled into the area on Tuesday morning.
Extremely foggy conditions across North Texas on Friday morning could wind up having an impact on both arriving and departing flights at DFW International Airport.
Many North Texans woke up in a fog on Thursday morning. While folks in Tarrant County barely saw haze, heavy fog thickened over downtown Dallas.
An extremely thick fog has covered North Texas, with DFW Airport and Dallas Love Field reporting visibilities at 0.0 miles.
North Texans woke up Tuesday to some really thick fog, causing a few problems for the morning rush hour. But there are things drivers can do to stay safe.
Wednesday morning started foggy for much of North Texas, but sunshine is still in the forecast for the day, along with more mild temperatures.
The wildfires burning across the state may make your drive in North Texas dangerous today. The problem is so serious the National Weather Service has issued a Dense Smoke Advisory.