Clear warning over poor visibility
MOTORISTS have been urged to drive carefully with foggy conditions expected today.
Police issued a warning over the treacherous conditions, which reduced visibility in the area for large parts of yesterday.
Met Office weather experts predicted a foggy start to today with visibility " very poor" for most of the next 24 hours.
It is then due to lift with conditions improving by Wednesday.
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Inspector Joseph Tierney, of Gloucestershire police, said motorists were being advised to exercise extra caution.
"The foggy conditions have meant driving conditions are difficult at times," he said. "We urge people to drive carefully if they are on the roads."
The warning comes after gritting teams at the county council said they were poised at the ready should temperatures suddenly dip.
The authority has put a 33-strong team on alert in case the temperature drops and conditions get
Councillor Will Windsor Clive, cabinet member for roads, said: "We are prepared for winter and ready to go out and treat the roads if cold weather hits."