The KNMI has issued a yellow code for the center and west of the country due to dense fog.

Visibility is sometimes less than 50 meters, Rijkswaterstaat also warns.

The code yellow, with which the KNMI calls on people to be alert because there may be a risk of dangerous weather, applies to the provinces of North and South Holland, Utrecht and Flevoland, from 5 a.m. to 8 a.m.

According to the KNMI, there is a local risk of dense fog.

This can lead to dangerous driving conditions due to poor visibility, according to the weather institute.

"Adjust speed and keep enough distance," according to the KNMI in the warning.

"Fog can be insidious by acting suddenly."

Visibility was worst in De Bilt during the night from Tuesday to Wednesday.

At around 4.30 a.m. only 54 meters of visibility were measured there.

Visibility values ​​of between 70 and 80 meters were recorded in Cabauw (Utrecht), Voorschoten (South Holland) and Lelystad.

It will be cloudy and misty in many other places in the Netherlands on Wednesday morning.

During the day there are a lot of clouds, but sometimes the sun manages to break through.

A shower is possible locally.

With a moderate westerly wind, the temperature is between 19 and 22 degrees.

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