Some residents may be smelling smoke in the air.
 
Wildfire smoke from Saskatchewan has made its way into parts of Alberta, including Fort Saskatchewan.
 
Tuesday (Oct.5) afternoon, Environment Canada issued a special air quality statement for the area.
 
"Smoke from a wildfire near Hudson Bay, SK is causing elevated values of fine particulate matter in parts of Alberta. Conditions are expected to improve later today," explained Environment Canada.
 
According to Nadine Blaney, the executive director of Fort Air Partnership, the Air Quality Health Index (AQHI) for Fort Saskatchewan is three, which is still in the low-risk category. However, the particulate matter readings are slightly higher than usual.
 
Fort Air Partnership is continuing to monitor the situation.
 
People can keep an eye on the air quality for the area here.