Fog affecting parts of A30

PUBLISHED: 07:47 03 April 2012

The bomb was destroyed this morning

The bomb was destroyed this morning

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Widespread frost across the district.

Motorists are advised that fog is currently affecting parts of the A30 in East Devon.

Dense in places, the fog is particularly affecting the stretch between Honiton and Exeter.

Meanwhile, a widespread frost has formed overnight. Much of the district is affected.

Temperatures at 7am today varied from -0.5 degrees C at Fenny Bridges to 5 degrees C in Uplyme.

Temperature round-up:

Uplyme 5

Axminster 1

Fenny Bridges -0.5

Daisymount 2.5

Exeter Airport 2

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