Patchy dense fog and freezing fog may again be a factor for some this morning. This is especially true for mountain and river valleys west of the Parkway. Plan some extra travel time due to reduced visibilities and possible icy spots on roads, especially bridges and overpasses.
You may also need to take a couple extra minutes to give a quick scrape to your windshield due to some frost.
After sunrise, any fog will dissipate and the threat for any freezing fog will also lessen.
Skies will be sunny today with temperatures climbing higher, as warm as the low and mid 50s in some spots.
Thursday will be even warmer with some of our southeastern locales hitting 60 degrees.
Friday, snow and rain showers can be expected as an arctic front moves through the region. As of now, it looks as though precipitation will move in from the west by mid-morning Friday. Best chances for snow will be west of the Parkway.
While this is not expected to bring significant snow to the area, it will be noticeably cooler behind the front. Highs fall back to the 40s despite plenty of sunshine this 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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