Fog advisories lifted in province

Drivers out on the road were dealing with fog and reduced visibility Monday morning.

Fog had been affecting southern parts of the province

Visibility was reduced to about 200 and 800 metres, as seen in this Ministry of Highways webcam photo taken near Balgonie at 8:30 a.m. CST. (Highway Hotline)

Fog was reducing visibility out on the roads in south and central Saskatchewan on Monday morning.

The areas affected were Regina, Swift Current, Wynyard, Yorkton, Weyburn, Carlyle and Moose Jaw.

Reduced visibility is when drivers can see about 200 to 800 metres or less.

There are also sections of road with icy patches, slippery conditions or pavement frost around Yorkton, Swift Current, Weyburn and Moose Jaw. 

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