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Fog reducing visibility on roads in Central and South Okanagan

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Fog advisories are in effect until late this morning in the Central and South Okanagan regions.

Environment Canada, which says near-zero visibility is expected or occurring due to fog, issued advisories for the Central Okanagan and South Okanagan today, Jan. 14.

Dense fog developed because of high moisture and light winds, but is expected to dissipate late in the morning.

Fog advisories are also in effect for Highway 3 from Paulson Summit to Kootenay Pass, and Highway 97 from Clinton to 100 Mile House.

For the latest road conditions go to Drive B.C. here.

For the latest on public weather alerts to Environment Canada's web page here.

READ MORE: Blame an inversion for the foggy weather

A driver shared this photo on social media yesterday, Jan. 13, of Highway 97 on her way to 100 Mile House where a fog advisory has been issued by Environment Canada.
A driver shared this photo on social media yesterday, Jan. 13, of Highway 97 on her way to 100 Mile House where a fog advisory has been issued by Environment Canada.
Image Credit: FACEBOOK

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