Saskatchewan weather outlook: thick fog returns
Thick fog returns as double-digit daytime highs continue.
Visibility was reduced to 200 metres in Saskatoon and 600 metres in Regina on Monday morning as thick freezing fog developed across the province after rain and snow slid through over the weekend.
Lingering moisture will continue to prove problematic for a few more mornings, however, sunshine kicked into full swing during the day as temperatures climbed toward double digits by noon.
Afternoon highs clamber a few more degrees into double digits for a daytime high under mostly sunny skies to wrap up the day.
Mostly clear skies lingering Monday night will allow temperatures to cool back below freezing with thick fog likely to redevelop and reduce visibility to near-zero at times overnight.
Give yourself extra time as you’re heading out the door Tuesday morning with fog expected to reduce visibility once again with wind chills making it feel like -6 as you’re heading out the door.
Mostly sunny skies will get back into full swing, helping to burn off the fog as sunshine returns with the mercury climbing into the low teens for an afternoon high.
Partly-to-mostly sunny skies stick around for the remainder of the week as daytime highs sink back into low double digits or high single digits from Wednesday through Friday.
A push of warmer air brings in a few more clouds with daytime highs hopping back into the mid-teens for the second weekend of April.
The Your Saskatchewan photo for April 8 was taken by Val Rasmussen at Green Lake:
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