Sunday starts of foggy for most regions, but the fog is expected to dissipate by late-morning for most areas, though it may linger into early afternoon along the higher elevations.
Clouds will persist once again on Sunday. That’s not to say that we won’t see any sun, but we can expect more clouds than sun.
Another round of fog is in the forecast for most regions again tonight and that fog could be locally-dense in places.
Monday’s weather will see the clouds move back in during the afternoon with a chance for some late-day showers possible across the region ahead of our next chance for some widespread rain and storms that moves in on Tuesday.
We’re not anticipating much, if any, concerns with flooding on Tuesday, but there will be some pockets of moderate rainfall moving through the area, along with a few thunderstorms possible. The Storm Prediction Center even has some of our eastern-most communities in a Marginal Risk of storms on Tuesday.
Tuesday’s unsettled weather will gradually start to move out on Wednesday, but we will still keep a low chance of some lingering showers in the picture before we start to dry things out starting on Thursday. Those dry conditions are expected to last into next weekend.
Temperatures will continue to be seasonably mild the next several days until Tuesday’s rain will help to keep the temperatures a bit lower. Beyond that, those highs in the 70s will transition to highs in the 60s – maybe even the upper 50s in some of our mountain communities.
So, by week’s end, it will be feeling much more like fall.
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