LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — Dense fog will again envelop Southern California Wednesday morning, and it could reduce visibility to near zero, creating dangerous conditions for commuters.

A dense fog advisory was issued by the National Weather Service for the Los Angeles area and in Orange County until 9 a.m. The advisory will be in force in beach cities, metropolitan Los Angeles, downtown L.A. and in the Hollywood Hills.

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“Dense fog will reduce visibility to less than a quarter-mile, and to near zero at times, across much of the Los Angeles County Coast through mid-morning,” warned an NWS statement.

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It said motorists will face “dangerous conditions” caused by fog on Pacific Coast (1) Highway and the Santa Monica (10), Century (105), Harbor (110), San Diego (405), San Gabriel River (605), and Long Beach (710) freeways, as well as “many surface streets.”

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