Special Weather Statement issued August 3 at 6:12AM CDT by NWS La Crosse WI

Fog once again developed across portions of the area, mainly in
parts of central and north-central Wisconsin and in the tributary,
Mississippi and Wisconsin River valleys. Visibilities were less
than 1/2 miles in some of the river valleys and in parts of
central into north-central Wisconsin.

If traveling early this morning, be prepared for fog that could
suddenly reduce visibilities to 1/2 mile or less, especially in
river valleys and low laying areas. The fog will impact the
morning commute for some locations.

The fog is expected to lift and dissipated through 8 and 9 am.
if you encounter the dense fog, slow down and allow extra time to
reach your destination.

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