Fog advisories, snowfall warnings in effect for parts of Sask.

Environment Canada has issued fog advisories and snowfall warnings for parts of central and northern Saskatchewan.

Fog advisory for Regina, snowfall warnings in La Ronge and area

Fog advisories and snowfall warnings are in effect across many parts of Saskatchewan Saturday. (CBC)

Fog advisories and snowfall warnings are in effect for parts of northern and central Saskatchewan today.

Environment Canada says La Ronge and area will see approximately 10 to 20 centimetres of snow on Saturday and into Sunday. Travel could be affected by snowfall in the area. 

Snowfall warnings, which are issued when significant snowfall is expected, are in effect for the areas of:

  • Cree Lake - Key Lake
  • La Ronge, Prince Albert Nattional Park and Narrow Hills Provincial Park
  •  Southend, Brabant Lake and Kinoosao
  • ​Wollaston Lake - Collins Bay

​Fog advisories

Fog is currently blanketing a large portion of the province, Environment Canada says, which is affecting visibility

Fog advisories are issued when visibility is near zero, or expected to be near zero.

Environment Canada says visibility will improve later in the morning, but the fog may last into tonight.

Near zero visibility is expected or occurring in the areas of: 

  • Regina
  • Lloydminster and area
  • Assiniboia - Gravelbourg - Coronach
  • Estevan, Weyburn, Radville and Milestone
  • Fort Qu'Appelle - Indian Head - Lumsden - Pilot Butte
  • Humboldt - Wynyard - Wadena - Lanigan - Foam Lake
  • Moosomin, Grenfell, Kipling and Wawota
  • ​Melfort - Tisdale - Nipawin - Carrot River
  • Moose Jaw - Pense - Central Butte - Craik
  • Carlyle, Oxbow, Carnduff, Bienfait and Stoughton
  • ​Leader and Gull Lake
  • Swift Current, Herbert, Cabri, Kyle and Lucky Lake
  • Kindersley, Rosetown, Biggar, Wilkie and Macklin
  • ​The Battlefords - Unity - Maidstone - St. Walburg