Alerts in Effect
Fog AdvisoryIssued at 21:46 Wednesday 22 November 2017
Near zero visibility in fog is expected or occurring.
Near-zero visibilities are occurring in areas in southern Saskatchewan this evening and overnight.
A warm front moving into southern Saskatchewan this evening is bringing in warm and moist air creating perfect conditions for fog to develop.
Fog has developed in Regina and Estevan this evening and the weather office has received reports of visibilities down to 100 meters on Highway 1 between Regina and Moose Jaw. Fog is expected to linger into tomorrow morning throughout southern Saskatchewan which could make the morning commute difficult.
Fog has been reported to be dense in these regions but surrounding regions may have patches of fog giving low visibilities at times. If driving in southern Saskatchewan tonight and tomorrow morning, please be prepared to adjust driving for these conditions.
Please stay alert for updated statements as more regions could be added to the advisory as the night progresses.
Fog advisories are issued when near zero visibilities in fog are expected or occurring.
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