Published: 07:00, 24 November 2014
| Updated: 07:28, 24 November 2014
The Met Office have issued a yellow warning for fog in parts of Kent overnight and into tomorrow morning.
Patchy fog is expected to form soon after dark this evening, and is expected to become widespread - with visibility down to 100m in places.
It's likely to continue into tomorrow morning's rush hour - with delays and transport disruptions possible.
It comes after seven flood alerts were announced across Kent this morning following heavy rain across Kent yesterday.
The Environment Agency is concerned about areas near the Upper River Stour, rivers on the Isle of Sheppey and the Darent Catchment.
Swalecliffe and West Brooks, the River Bourne, Upper River Medway and Eden are also at risk of flooding.
The alert means flooding is possible and homeowners and businesses in the area should be alert.
But, after the heavy rain, those living in Kent should now swap their wellies for winter boots.
Weather experts are predicting temperatures will only hit a maximum of 8C today, after a frosty start.
Tonight temperatures could plummet to -3C.
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