A thick blanket of fog is creeping across the border from the U.S.A. Saturday morning, prompting Environment Canada to issue warnings in the southwest. However, many regions are experiencing reduced visibility, including parts of Winnipeg. 

Mild temperatures and high humidity have also combined to make ice crystals throughout much of southern Manitoba. 

The temperature is expected to hold steady around -7 for Winnipeg throughout Saturday. The fog is also expected to lift later this morning. 

Mild temperatures are expected to remain into the start of next week. 

From Environment Canada:

Dense fog has developed over northeastern North Dakota and is crossing the border into extreme southwestern Manitoba.

Fog is expected to dissipate this morning.

Travel is expected to be hazardous due to reduced visibility in some locations.

Please continue to monitor alerts and forecasts issued by Environment Canada.

Current watches and warnings

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