ATLANTA (AP) — Forecasters say parts of northeast Georgia and eastern parts of the state remain under a dense fog advisory.
The National Weather Service said the advisory -- which includes Augusta, Savannah, Statesboro and Toccoa -- will be in effect until 10 a.m. Tuesday.
The weather service said visibility is expected to be one-quarter mile or less in some places.
On Monday, the Federal Aviation Administration said heavy fog in metro Atlanta led to delays at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport.
The FAA's air traffic control system command center said the low visibility Monday afternoon led to some incoming flights being delayed by about an hour, and some departing flights were experiencing taxi delays and gate holds of between 16 and 30 minutes.