As forest fires continue to burn throughout the province, another smoky day is in store for Moose Jaw and southern Saskatchewan. 

“We're anticipating that as this low-pressure system pivots into Southwest Saskatchewan today, probably this afternoon, we'll see smoky conditions move into the Moose Jaw and Regina area," said Environment and Climate Change Canada meteorologist Robyn Dyck.

Wildfire smoke can be harmful to everyone’s health even at low concentrations. People with lung disease (such as asthma) or heart disease, older adults, children, pregnant people, and people who work outdoors are at higher risk of experiencing health effects caused by wildfire smoke.

Stop or reduce your activity level if breathing becomes uncomfortable or you or someone in your care feel unwell. Contact your healthcare provider or local health authority if you develop severe symptoms or need advice. 

Dyck adds that a cold front is expected to move through the region this evening and clear out the smoke. 

You can track wildfire smoke across North America here

There are currently 26 active fires in the province, with six listed as “not contained.”