TONIGHT: Another round of fog possible – but it may not be as dense as it was to start Saturday morning. Otherwise, expect mostly clear skies before the fog settles in, lows dipping to the upper 40s by early Sunday morning.
SUNDAY: Foggy banks will lift through mid-morning, leading to partly cloudy skies and temperatures rebounding into the lower and middle 70s to round out the weekend. Winds may stay up enough to preclude much fog from developing as lows drop into the middle 50s.
EARLY WEEK: If you are a fan of Spring; Monday will likely be your 'jam'. Expect mostly to partly sunny skies with highs running into the middle and upper 70s. We'll mention a few hit and miss showers – but the day should be mainly quiet and dry. A strong cold front will make its presence known with gusty showers and storms pushing through Tuesday. Highs on Tuesday will go from near 70° to the lower 50s by Wednesday behind the front.
ARCTIC BLAST LATE WEEK: A huge blast of cold air will come southward through the latter half of the week, bringing with it temperatures will likely run 5 - 10° below normal for this time of the year. We'll mention a few lingering showers with the cold front stalling out just to our south Wednesday and Thursday – a few sprinkles may roll around the base of the trough Friday. Highs will be mainly in the lower 50s; upper 40s possible Friday with a few nights below freezing expected.
WLBT/FOX 40 First Alert Meteorologist
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