Foggy Tonight, Much Warmer Days Ahead
Friday, January 25, 2008
Look for a foggy night ahead as warmer air moves northward into a cold and saturated air mass at the ground. Overnight cooling will also aid in the condensation process. Patchy drizzle is also possible. A few places may see some freezing fog overnight; so patchy ice is possible on bridges again.
After a cold and potentially foggy start, clouds should break up and yield a partly cloudy and much warmer Saturday. It will easily be the warmest day in more than a week!
Low pressure developing to our northwest will make for gusty southerly winds Sunday and Monday, which will boost daytime highs even further.
The next cold front may trigger some showers late Monday into Tuesday. We’ll be on the edge of this next cold poll, so temperatures areas till expected to be at or above seasonal averages for much of next week.
A stronger cold front late next week could scare up some thunderstorms before ushering in colder temperatures once again.
Here are the numbers:
Tonight: Cloudy, Freezing Fog Possible.....Lows 31-36
Saturday: Clouds/Fog A.M., P. C. Afternoon …..Highs 55 - 65
Sunday: Mostly Cloudy, Windy…..43/66
Monday: Partly Cloudy, Windy 30% Rain P.M..…..52/68
Tuesday: 30% A.M. Rain, Windy, Cooler .…..46/62
Wednesday: Partly Cloudy……32/58
Thursday: Windy, 40% Rain/Thunderstorms….. 45/60
Friday: Partly Cloudy…..32/50
May You Have A Safe…And Enjoyable…Weekend!