Carol Kirkwood: BBC Breakfast star issues warning after driving in risky conditions

BBC Weather: Temperatures set to drop as mist and fog sets in

Weather presenter Carol Kirkwood took to Twitter today after driving through some thick fog to get to work. The BBC star told her followers to “take good care” after seeing the bad driving conditions first hand this morning.

“Drove through some thick fog on the way into work this morning,” she wrote online, in view of her 197,000 Twitter followers.

”Take good care,” she thoughtfully added.

Many took to the comments section to share weather observations from around the country.

“Glad you got to your destination safely. Yesterday, the rain never stopped in Newcastle upon Tyne – fingers crossed for a break in it today,” one Twitter user wrote.

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“Freezing thick fog here in North Yorkshire this morning. Commuters will need to take extra time and care when travelling to work,” another added.

“Very foggy on the Essex coast too Carol! Take care,” a third remarked.

“Thank you for the heads up lovely lady!”

Despite the bad weather, Carol managed to brighten up the day for many viewers with her good looks and sunny disposition.

“Looking lovely as always Carol. You brighten up my day. Sunshine of my life,” one fan gushed.

“Thank you Carol. Your dress is perfect,” another person added.

“Looking fabulous this morning Carol,” another follower remarked.

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During her appearance on BBC Breakfast this morning, Carol looked lovely in a figure-hugging dress.

The black and yellow patterned number clung to her curves to showcase her trim physique as she delivered the weather forecast.

The 58-year-old warned of “dense fog”.

“It is cold outside and temperatures at the moment are widely at freezing or just below, there is some frost around and also some dense fog.”

“Some of the fog will be slow to lift and some it won’t lift at all,” she went on to say.

“If you are stuck under that fog then it is not going to feel very warm today,” Carol added.

She informed viewers to expect a cold night and another misty morning tomorrow.

Temperatures will warm up by Wednesday and there will be some spells of sunshine.

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