Soggy air left from last night’s rain has set the stage for another foggy night across much of the area. The murkiest areas will be near and south of I-44 and east of Hwy. 65 with visibilities under a mile. A front moving in from the west will likely bring some fog with it and will also continue to squeeze out mist and light showers as it moves across the area. Behind the front winds will shift to the west with drier and cooler air blowing in. This should also end rain chances and may lead to some improvement in visibilities.
We’ll end the week on a brighter note. Lingering fog or low cloudiness will give way to sunshine during the morning. High cloudiness will build in from the west making for a partly sunny afternoon.
The next rainmaker will be a quick-moving storm system coming in late Friday into early Saturday. The steady rain will make a quick exit Saturday morning, but clouds and cool temperatures will continue into the afternoon. Like today, misty light showers are also possible with another round of dense fog Saturday night.
We’ll close out the weekend with some sunshine Sunday after morning fog and low clouds thin out by mid to late morning.
The parade of storms will continue into next week with another one moving through Tuesday. The storm will bring wind and warmer temperatures Tuesday along with a threat of thunderstorms. The ingredients may even be there for a risk of severe weather.
A colder pattern will follow Tuesday’s storm with the forecast looking cold in the leadup to Christmas.