Wake up to fog this morning? Whaddya know, you weren’t the only one – as Twitter was only too happy to point out.
From mist-shrouded London landmarks to Corrie cobbles, there’s nothing like sharing a photo when you can’t see a thing.
Sarah Wells took this stunning overhead shot of London and the Shard… which was subsequently nicked by almost everyone.
Flew into foggy London. Views are beautiful – this is the Shard and all the towers in the city pic.twitter.com/3j6AeF3Btt
— Sarah Wells (@sarahjwells) November 1, 2015
Here’s the view from down below…
Foggy Shard. pic.twitter.com/Qocxs4aftK
— Declan Harvey (@NewsDeclan) November 2, 2015
Corrie will continue whatever the weather in Weatherfield…
— Coronation Street (@itvcorrie) November 2, 2015
At times like these we need a scientist to bring us back down to Earth.
— Tim O’Brien (@Tim_O_Brien) November 2, 2015
What this needs is a clear-eyed politician.
— Paul Brand (@PaulBrandITV) November 2, 2015
The BBC’s Jeremy Bowen will have wished he stayed in the Middle East.
A foggy day in London Town pic.twitter.com/zjghtxnfbA
— Jeremy Bowen (@BowenBBC) November 2, 2015
But it wasn’t just London…
— Simon King (@SimonOKing) November 2, 2015
Poor Eamonn Holmes couldn’t even make it into work from Belfast this morning.
— Eamonn Holmes (@EamonnHolmes) November 2, 2015
Compo, meanwhile, wants to know what all the fuss is about.
— Paul Hawkins (@paulejhawkins) November 2, 2015
And Robert Webb has advice for tourists who aren’t too bothered about sight-seeing…
Great day for the London Eye if you want to avoid crowds or… everything. pic.twitter.com/DFCj1ZHEwC
— Robert Webb (@arobertwebb) November 2, 2015