Drivers will experience near zero visibility overnight as a fog advisory has been issued for the region.
Environment Canada has issued a fog advisory for most of South Western Ontario including Oxford County and Woodstock.
Drivers can expect near zero visibility as fog starts to develop in the region. Areas of dense fog are expected to form tonight as a very moist airmass remains entrenched over Southern Ontario in the wake of the rain from the remnants of Tropical Depression Gordon.
Visibility will be reduced in many areas to less then 250 metres, making for dangerous driving conditions. It's possible the fog will be so dense overnight that drivers will have near zero visibility.
The Tuesday morning commute to work may be affected, particularly in rural areas and the fog will dissipate late Tuesday morning.