Fog Advisory for the Swift Current Area
Environment Canada has issued a Fog Advisory for Southern Saskatchewan. Patchy dense freezing fog has developed over Southwestern Saskatchewan. This area of freezing fog is expected to slowly expand northeastward. Freezing fog may cause ice accretion on some surfaces. Patchy freezing fog is expected to dissipate late Thursday morning. Travel is expected to be hazardous due to reduced visibility in some locations. If visibility is reduced while driving, turn on your lights and maintain a safe following distance. The forecast is calling for morning Fog then Partly Sunny with a High of -10 and a Windchill of -27. Light Snow for Tonight 2-4cm, Southeast Wind at 30-60km/hr and the temperature will rise to -5 overnight. Snow for Friday, Southwest wind at 30-60km/hr with the temperature falling to -9 through the day. Mainly Sunny by Saturday and Remembrance Day with a High of -12. Looking ahead to Sunday, a High of -7 in the Sunshine and warming up to +2 for Monday. More Sunshine on Tuesday and +3 with a forecast High of +2 for Wednesday.
The seasonal High for this date is 2 with a Low of -8.
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