Fog greeted residents in southern Saskatchewan Monday morning.
Environment Canada issued Fog Advisories for several areas of the province including areas surrounding Moose Jaw and Fort Qu’Appelle, as well as other regions.
Some advisories were lifted early in the morning, but the weather office warns damp, humid conditions throughout the day could cause some areas to remain under Fog Advisories.
It’s expected some routes in southern parts of Saskatchewan will have reduced visibility throughout the morning hours.
Meantime, it’s expected to be a dreary week, but the forecast is calling for mild conditions with temperatures expected near 10C throughout the week.