Bad News If You're Flying In Or Out Of Sydney This Morning
The thick layer of fog blanketing Sydney this morning is causing trouble for people on the roads and in the sky, with more than thirty flights at Sydney Airport affected.
Weatherzone Senior Meteorologist, Jacob Cronje told Nine News that the fog has lowered visibility to between 500 and 700 metres at the airport.
As a result, thirty domestic flights have been cancelled and numerous international flights diverted to Melbourne and Brisbane airports.
The fog is also causing trouble in Sydney's western suburbs, where it is believed to have originated.
Visibility has been minimised to between 300 and 400 metres in places like Canterbury, Camden and Richmond, causing problems for people driving to work.
The fog is set to disappear a short time after sunrise, with a mostly sunny and fine day ahead.