UPDATE: 10:46 AM CST Tuesday, November 7, 2023
The Fog Advisory for the West Central region has ended.
Wet conditions and foggy skies began to develop on Sunday around west-central Saskatchewan and seem to be sticking around as we start the work week.
The first fog advisory was posted Sunday afternoon following an early morning blanket. As a result, the Highway Hotline was reporting wet, subject to freezing roads with poor visibility into the evening period. Temperatures hovering around 0 degrees are causing for caution when it comes to potential icy sections.
A warmer morning means ice likely shouldn't be a factor. Temperatures were already above the freezing mark as of Monday morning at 7:00 AM, and as a result fog looks to be dominating the road reports, though it is expected to dissipate early.
Find the area's full forecast here, as Fog looks to be dominating the road reports. Ice shouldn't be a factor with temperatures already above the freezing mark as of Monday morning at 7:00 AM.