More fog means more accidents

cautions all drivers that this is the time of year when we begin to see increased fog issues on all roads.

According to, driving in fog is the most dangerous driving hazard in existence. The best advice when confronted with thick fog is to get off the road as soon as possible. Keep a safe distance from all vehicles, slow down, and make sure that you can be seen. Turn on your fog lights, and use low beams. High beams direct light up into the fog making it difficult for you to see. Low beams direct light down onto the road and help other drivers to see you.

Emergency Management said that the thick fog is scheduled to remain on Grays Harbor roads for at least another week.



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