Foggy conditions expected to bring near-zero visibility to southwestern Manitoba

The southwest corner of Manitoba is under a fog advisory that's expected to cause near-zero visibility Sunday evening and into the overnight.

Environment Canada warning drivers to slow down and prepare for sudden stops

A fog advisory is in effect for the southwestern corner of Manitoba for Sunday night into Monday. (CBC)

The southwest corner of Manitoba is under a fog advisory that's expected to cause near-zero visibility Sunday evening and into the overnight.

Environment Canada posted the advisory for Brandon, Neepawa, Carberry and Treherne shortly before 4 p.m. Sunday afternoon.

The national weather service says cloudy and foggy conditions are widespread along much of a stalled warm front draped from west-central Saskatchewan into southwestern Manitoba.

Conditions are expected to deteriorate Sunday night and into the overnight before lifting Monday as a low pressure system moves into the region.

Drivers are warned to drive slowly, watch for tail lights ahead and be prepared to stop.