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This article was published 14/12/2014 (2424 days ago), so information in it may no longer be current.
If you are a little foggy on what to do first on your holiday season to-do list, the weather today isn't going to make things any more clear.
A freezing drizzle advisory from Environment Canada has replaced the fog advisory that was in place for numerous locations around the province and it remains hazy in many areas.
For travellers, the fog advisory continues into the Ontario locations of Fort Frances, Rainy Lake, Dryden and Ignace.
The areas affected by the freezing drizzle advisory include Selkirk, Gimli, Stonewall, Woodlands, Eriksdale, Brandon, Carberry, Portage la Prairie, Headingley, Brunkild, Carman, Melita, Boissevain, Turtle Mountain Provincial Park, Virden, Souris, Killarney, Pilot Mound and Manitou.
There is a snowfall warning in the areas of Shamattawa and York.
In Winnipeg, the light drizzle will continue throughout the morning with a risk of freezing drizzle.
Fog patches in and around the city are expected to dissipate later this morning and the temperature will hover around zero.
If you're out and about today, take care on the roads and sidewalks as there's plenty of icy patches.
Tonight, the low will be -10 C with more drizzle and a risk of freezing drizzle. That moisture is expected to change to a few flurries near midnight with a north wind of 30 km/h.
Expect some snow on Monday. It will be mainly cloudy with Environment Canada calling for a a 60 percent chance of flurries in the morning and afternoon with a north wind of 30 km/h. The high will be -9 C.
You can look forward to some sunshine through the middle of the week starting on Tuesday with a high of -13 C.