The foggy mornings in Muskoka may clear up soon.
Environment Canada Meteorologist Geoff Coulson says the increase in foggy weather is the cause of colder nights quickly cooling off the hot ground. Coulson says with the lack of wind and lots of moisture in the air, this allowed heavy fog to build quickly. He says this weekend that will likely change.

Coulson says these warmer than usual temperatures are likely to continue right into October with highs around the low 20s.