After a fog advisory was issued by Environment Canada for the Kindersley region yesterday afternoon, it was not taken off until around 4:00 AM Friday morning.
Some of those foggy conditions are sticking around in West Central, as the thickness has shifted eastward creating poor visibility in a majority of areas. This includes Highway 14 out of Wilkie through Biggar to Saskatoon, Highway 7 from Fiske all the way to Saskatoon, and then looking south all of Highway 4 and the stretch of Highway 44 from Eston are all reporting similar conditions.
Winter driving being noticed for a majority of West Central roads is likely due to wet, subject to freezing slush or snow, though Highways 31,51, and 21 out of Kerrobert are reporting seasonal this morning.
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