Officials have issued a dense fog advisory through most of the morning Thursday.
It’s a little foggy out there this morning, with visibility down to 1/2 mile in some areas of downtown Sacramento.
Police say that all lanes of Charter Way are blocked as officers investigate a fatal crash Thursday morning.
Officials have issued a Dense Fog Advisory for the entire valley Wednesday morning.
Traffic is understandably moving a little slower this morning and drivers make their way to work through the dense fog.
Fog was thick and more widespread on Tuesday than it was on Monday morning. Visibility was down to 1/4 of a mile in Sacramento and Marysville and 3/4 of a mile in Stockton and Modesto.
Tracy Boulevard north of Tracy closed for hours this morning because of a big rig accident.
Eastbound state Highway 37 was closed for more than two and a half hours Wednesday morning after a series of crashes near state Highway 121, according to the California Highway Patrol.
Dense fog is making road travel dangerous for commuters this Wednesday morning.
Heavy fog may have contributed to a series of accidents on area roadways including an overturned big rig in Modesto.
Thick fog has already settled on parts of the Sacramento Valley, creating dangerous driving conditions that are expected to last through the Monday morning commute.