Environment Canada has issued a fog advisory for the Greater Toronto Area as near zero visibility is expected on Tuesday.
The weather agency said a mild air mass is producing rain, which combined with melting snow, is resulting in “reports of visibilities near 200 metres in some locations.”
The regions under the advisory include:
City of Toronto
City of Hamilton
York – Durham
Halton – Peel
Dufferin – Innisfil
Waterloo – Wellington
The fog could persist through the day and into the evening hours. Environment Canada said colder westerly winds should clear out the fog by Wednesday morning.
Motorists are being reminded that travel is expected to be hazardous due to reduced visibility in some areas.