Thick fog again blanketed much of Huddersfield today.
It caused problems for drivers on many roads, with visibility cut to less than 100 yards in many areas.
But weatherman Paul Stevens is already predicting a brighter day ahead.
he said there could be blue skies and sunshine later today with the chance of another record-breaking November temperature.
Yesterday was the warmest November day on record in Huddersfield as sunshine from late morning onwards pushed the mercury up to 19.5° C, some two degrees above the previous record.
Mr Stevens said: “The fog will burn off to bring another sparkling day and just as warm as Sunday’s November record-breaker.
“We might even get close to a 20°C which is 70°F.
“The UK record for November could well fall again somewhere over Wales on west of the Pennines”.
The dawn conditions prompted amateur photographer Mark Mercer out to Scapegoat Hill and he captured a stunning image showing the whole town blanketed by fog, with landmarks Emley TV mast, Castle Hill and Golcar Parish Church appearing through the murk.
Click below to see more beautiful pictures taken by readers around Huddersfield today.
Thick fog is disrupting flights at North West airports.
Flights continued to be disrupted at both Manchester Airport and Liverpool John Lennon Airport, with several services cancelled to and from Amsterdam, the Isle of Man, Southampton and Edinburgh.
The Liverpool airport tweeted: “Like the rest of the UK we are experiencing some delays & cancellations. Fog may affect your travel this morning so check for updates directly with your airline before your travel.”
Motorists have also been advised to take care on the roads amid the thick fog.
Highways England urged people to allow extra time.
The agency said on its website: “Road users will need plenty of extra time to do their usual commute, especially as the fog is expected to lift very slowly during the morning.”
Take a look at our picture gallery of the weather over the weekend below.