A warning of freezing fog tomorrow morning has been issued by the Met Office as temperatures are set to plunge overnight again.
The yellow warning says there’s a good chance that the south east of England will wake tomorrow to patches of freezing fog with visibility below 100m in places.
The warning, issued at 9.35am today, said: “Fog or freezing fog is likely to lead to some travel disruption on Monday night and Tuesday morning.
“Although not all areas will be affected, fog and freezing fog patches, some dense with visibility less than 100 metres, are expected to develop during Monday night and persist into Tuesday morning.
“Fog patches will tend to lift and clear from most places during Tuesday morning but some places may well hang onto grey and misty conditions for much or all of the day.”
The warning is in place from midnight tonight until 11am tomorrow.