Thick, soupy fog is still hanging around a large part of south and central Saskatchewan Friday.
Environment Canada has issued a fog advisory stretching from the Battlefords and Rosetown in the west, down through Saskatoon, Outlook, Moose Jaw, Regina, Indian Head to the southeast toward Weyburn and covering Moosomin all the way up to Yorkton along the Manitoba border.
The weather office warns drivers to expect near zero visibility conditions.
The Highway Hotline is reporting poor visibility and wet roads subject to freezing conditions across all of those areas. Conditions change quickly so check the website for updates throughout the day.
According to Environment Canada, the fog is expected to clear up later in the day Friday, but will likely return overnight.