Updated Article 11:30 a.m.
Environment Canada's fog advisory has been lifted.
Original Article 8:30 a.m.
Environment Canada has once again issued a fog advisory for Swift Current and surrounding areas, warning folks of little or no visibility.
The dense fog patch is expected to clear up by late this morning or early this afternoon.
If travelling out on the roads today, be prepared to hit areas of near-zero visibility; slow down, watch for tail lights ahead and be prepared to stop.
The advisory is in effect for the following
- R.M. of Swift Current including Swift Current and Wymark
- R.M. of Canaan including Lucky Lake
- R.M. of Coulee including Neidpath and McMahon
- R.M. of Excelsior including Waldeck Rush Lake and Main Centre
- R.M. of Glen Bain including Glen Bain
- R.M. of Lac Pelletier including Blumenhof
- R.M. of Lacadena including Kyle Tyner and Sanctuary
- R.M. of Lawtonia including Hodgeville
- R.M. of Morse including Herbert Morse Ernfold and Gouldtown
- R.M. of Riverside including Cabri Pennant and Success
- R.M. of Saskatchewan Landing including Stewart Valley
- R.M. of Victory including Beechy
- R.M. of Webb including Webb and Antelope lake
- R.M. of Whiska Creek including Vanguard Neville and Pambrun
To report severe weather, send an email to SKstorm@ec.gc.ca or tweet reports using #SKStorm.