Patchy dense fog and freezing fog may be a factor for your morning commute. Use caution and pad your travel time when planning your morning. Be especially careful when traversing bridges and overpasses early this morning.
You may also need to plan for some time to defrost your windshield.
After we get into mid-morning, we should start to see more and more of that sunshine gradually through the rest of the day. Skies will become mostly sunny this afternoon with temperatures warming to around 50 degrees.
Next few afternoons will feature ample sunshine and warmer temperatures. Expect mid to upper 50s Wednesday and Thursday, respectively.
Friday, snow and rain showers are forecast for parts of the region. While this is not expected to bring significant snow to the area, a noticeable drop in temperatures will soon follow a passing front. We drop back to the low and mid 40s for highs for the weekend.
Other than upslope snow showers for our higher elevations in the Highlands, this weekend looks dry.
Stay safe and healthy.
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