Fog advisory issued for Guelph, Cambridge, Wellington

Fog advisory issued for Guelph, Cambridge, Wellington
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SPECIAL WEATHER STATEMENT ENVIRONMENT CANADA ************************* Special weather statement in effect for:

Some brief freezing rain is possible today. Light precipitation is moving into portions of Southern Ontario this morning. The precipitation may initially begin as light freezing rain before temperatures quickly rise above the freezing mark. Over areas of higher terrain away from Lake Ontario including the Oak Ridges Moraine, temperatures may be slower to rise, remaining near or just below the freezing mark into the early afternoon. In these locations, the patchy freezing rain may persist into early afternoon. Slippery conditions are possible on untreated surfaces. Conditions will be monitored closely and freezing rain warnings will be issued if required.

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It is in effect for Waterloo Region, as well as Guelph and Northern and Southern Wellington County, warning of freezing rain until the temperature rises above freezing.

"Over areas of higher terrain away from Lake Ontario including the Oak Ridges Moraine, temperatures may be slower to rise, remaining near or just below the freezing mark into the early afternoon. In these locations, the patchy freezing rain may persist into early afternoon," states the national weather authority.