Morning fog turns to rain throughout the day

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BROOKLYN -

Drivers experienced dense fog, misty rain and even glimpses of sunshine Tuesday morning.

Navin Gobind, who works at the Dunkin' Donuts along the Belt Parkway, says driving to work was no easy task.

Gobind also says business was slower than usual due to the fog.

Those walking or riding the train or bus held onto their rain gear as they headed to work and school.

Meteorologists say while the fog has dissipated, there will be lingering showers until 3 p.m.

They say drivers should take caution as roadway flooding is possible.

A cold front Tuesday evening is expected to push away the rain as skies begin to clear.

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