A Foggy Start to Thursday

The stalled frontal boundary to our north will bring showers to the area tomorrow morning to go along with areas of patchy dense fog. Maybe an isolated thunderstorm, too. As for that fog, visibility will drop down to less than a quarter mile in some spots. Be sure to use your headlights (fog lights if you have them), but not the high beams.

That pesky boundary will finally lessen its grip and allow drier air to filter in by Thursday night. Daytime highs will stay 10-15 degrees above normal Thursday, but get ready for a big cool down coming by the end of the weekend when a blast of cold air will bring highs and lows way down.

A strong cold front coming out of the lower Mississippi River Valley should move through our area late Saturday/early Sunday bringing rain Saturday out ahead of it. The frigid air moving in behind the front will knock daytime highs down into the 40s/50s and nighttime lows into the 20s/30s Sunday through at least the middle of next week.

Keep smiling,

-Chief Meteorologist Miller Robson

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