Several flights have been cancelled and even the drivers have been warned of harzardous conditions as the Met Office Weather have warned for several fog in most of England and Wales. Passengers due to travel by air faced a disruption for the second day as dozens of flights had t be cancelled due to thick fog conditions in Britain.
Drivers on the roads were advised to take more care while driving on November 2, 2015 morning. Many schools were returned from half-term break due to poor visibility and dangerous driving conditions. A yellow weather warning was given out by Met office for much of England and eastern part of Wales. The warning is due to be in place until at least mid-day.
Long delays were also faced on November 1, 2015 as many passengers arrived at Heathrow airport during early hours of morning. Many of them hoped to take off on November 2, 2015 but were disappointed as 45 of the flights that made to 10% percent of the flights from Heathrow had to be pre-cancelled.
Even London City Airport and Gatwick airport reported that a considerable number of flights had to be cancelled due to poor visibility. Flights from Manchester Airport and Liverpool John Lennon Airport faced disruption.
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