It’s going to tough to see too far ahead in Saskatchewan for the last half of the weekend – a fog advisory has been issued for most of the province.
On Saturday evening Environment Canada expanded a fog advisory, saying fog that had been developing was set to spread.
In the afternoon, fog was reported in Prince Albert, and was expected to expand east to Nipawin, then north to La Ronge. Environment Canada said the fog would then thicken and expand rapidly through southern and central Saskatchewan, including Saskatoon, Regina, and Moose Jaw. On a map created by Environment Canada, areas of southwest Saskatchewan weren’t included in the advisory.
Travel was expected to be affected with near-zero visibility at times, and slippery road conditions where the temperature drops below zero.
The fog was expected to slowly dissipate through the day on Sunday, with some areas still being affecting on Sunday night.