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Canada Fog advisories issued for parts of central, northern Alberta

08:25  13 november  2019
08:25  13 november  2019 Source:   globalnews.ca

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+ Environment Canada issued a fog advisory for parts of east- central and southeastern Alberta on Monday night. “Dense fog is forming once again this evening in southeastern Alberta ,” the weather agency said on its website. “The fog will cause near-zero visibilities.”.

+ Environment Canada issued a fog advisory for parts of central and northern Alberta on Sunday morning, warning drivers to “be prepared for areas of near-zero visibility.”. “An area of dense fog is persisting across north - central Alberta ,” the weather agency said on its website.

a close up of text on a white background: A fog advisory was issued for some areas in central and northern Alberta on Tuesday as Environment Canada warned of the potential for © CREDIT: https://weather.gc.ca/ A fog advisory was issued for some areas in central and northern Alberta on Tuesday as Environment Canada warned of the potential for "near-zero visibility" at times.

A fog advisory was issued for some areas in central and northern Alberta on Tuesday as Environment Canada warned of the potential for "near-zero visibility" at times.

"Fog has formed in the Grande Prairie and Whitecourt-Edson regions and is expected to persist until Wednesday morning," the weather agency said on its website. "This advisory may be expanded to surrounding areas."

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+ A number of areas in east- central Alberta were put under a fog advisory Wednesday afternoon because Environment Canada said “a large area of fog is expected to develop over east central Alberta overnight.”.

+ Various law enforcement agencies warned drivers of thick fog on Saturday as officers responded to collisions in the Capital Region as well as in east, central and northern Alberta . A fog advisory was issued for a number of areas in east and central Alberta Saturday morning, including Edmonton.

Drivers were advised to turn on their lights while driving and to maintain a "safe following distance" because of the potential for poor visibility.

Environment Canada says it issues fog advisories when "near-zero visibilities in fog are expected or occurring."

For a complete list of weather warnings, watches and advisories in Alberta, click here.

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