DENSE FOG ADVISORY

Until 10 AM

The National Weather Service issues a DENSE FOG ADVISORY for all of West Michigan until 10 AM.  Fog may linger in some locations until midday.  Light winds, ample moisture near the ground are encouraging the formation of dense fog.  Because temperatures are near freezing, a light coating of ice may form on some road surfaces making them slick.  Please keep it safe this morning as you head back to work and school.

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Flu season appears to be in full swing across US

Updated: Saturday, December 28, 2013 |
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(NEWSCHANNEL 3) - The Centers for Disease Control and the Michigan Department of Community Health are offering a news alert Friday night, as it appears flu season is now in full swing.

This year's infecting virus is the H1N1 strain that emerged in 2009.

In some states, the virus is producing severe respiratory illness, mostly with young and middle-aged adults.

Several states are dealing with a high number of cases, including some deaths.

Here in Michigan, estimated flu activity has been upgraded from local to regional activity.

That's due to a recent rise in cases in soutwhestern and central Michigan.

Victor Blackwell has a closer look at how other states are faring.
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