By Environment Canada
Near zero visibility in fog is expected or occurring.
Cloudy and foggy conditions are widespread along much of a stalled warm front draped from west-central Saskatchewan into southwestern Manitoba. Conditions are forecast to deteriorate this evening and overnight as the fog expands along the front and becomes more dense.
The foggy conditions will lift on Monday as a low pressure system moves into Saskatchewan and begins to break up the stagnant flow over the southern Prairies.
If travelling, be prepared for areas of near-zero visibility.
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