The alert was republished at 4:26 am on January 16, and warned of dense fog, a risk of freezing drizzle, and limited visibility.
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“If traveling, be prepared for areas of near-zero visibility. If visibility is reduced while driving, slow down, watch for taillights ahead, and be prepared to stop,” the fog advisory stated.
The fog should be on its way soon, however, as the advisory also stated that visibilities should improve by later this morning.
The fog advisory also remains in effect in Airdrie, Brooks, Cardston, Crowsnest Pass, and Okotoks areas.
Now, where’s that red-nosed reindeer when you need him?