Saskatchewan

Fog warnings lifted across province

Environment Canada expects fog to stick around until midday, when winds from the southwest will intensify.

Environment Canada, ministry of highways both issue warnings which have now been lifted

Fog has prompted Saskatchewan's Ministry of Highways to issue a "travel not recommended" warning for portions of Highway 11 between Chamberlain and Davidson. (Submitted by Ministry of Highways)

A foggy day in Saskatchewan led to warnings from two government agencies.

On Monday, fog prompted Environment Canada to issue advisories for communities in west-central Sask and the Ministry of Highways issued a warning that has since been lifted.

Environment Canada said the fog was expected to dissipate by midday because winds from the southwest will start to strengthen.

Environment Canada ended their advisory just before 11:40 a.m. CST.

Ministry of Highways cameras show that fog has also started settling around Clavet. (Submitted by Ministry of Highways)

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