Weather & Traffic: Thursday, Oct. 25

Coastal drivers this morning should slow down and take extra caution during their commute because the National Weather Service has issued a dense-fog advisory.

Visibility could drop down to a quarter-mile at some points, forecasters said. The advisory ranges from Monterey to Pacifica and is due to end at 9 a.m.

Today

Mostly sunny skies are expected for the Bay Area, with morning fog at the coast. High temperatures at the coast should reach the mid-60s with near 80s inland. Wind gusts are expected to reach up to 20 miles per hour.

Tonight

Forecasters expect a clear night with some low clouds and fog early Friday morning. Temperatures ranging down to the mid-40s and low 50s are expected throughout the Bay Area with wind expected to stay around 20 mph.

Tomorrow

The Bay Area should see some clouds and fog during the morning, with highs in the 60s and 70s.

Traffic

It is a slow commute into the MacArthur Maze this morning, with back ups already reaching out past the maze. Traffic on the Golden Gate Bridge is moving well at the speed limit.

Get the latest traffic updates at www.511.org.

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