Chelsea Humphrey: Tracking a foggy start on Monday
Look for morning fog Monday with some very cold temperatures through the afternoon.
A Freezing Fog Advisory will be in effect through 10 a.m. Monday for much of the region. Freezing fog will deposit a glaze of ice on bridges and overpasses as well as on roads that didn't thaw out completely for Sunday.
Monday we'll see cloudy skies with highs only making it into the upper 20s for most of the Big Country. Around the Heartland and Big Country we'll see highs in the low to mid 30s.
Clouds will clear out somewhat overnight with lows cooling into the mid teens.
Tuesday we'll see high pressure building in with more sunshine in place with highs warming into the upper 30s.
Wednesday begins in the low 20s with highs warming into the mid 40s. The sunshine will stay with us even as a weak cold front sweeps in.
At the same time we'll see an area of low pressure near the region from the west. This will increase moisture and cloud cover beginning Wednesday night and continue into the day Thursday.
Morning temps will start in the low 20s before warming into the low 40s Thursday afternoon.
A disturbance will bring rain chances back to the forecast Thursday night and Friday morning as it treks across the state.
Friday morning will be the first time nighttime lows won't drop below freezing. The day starts out in the mid 30s with afternoon temps warming to the upper 50s.
Mostly cloudy skies will stay in place through the day with clearing overnight.
Saturday begins in the upper 30s with clear skies. Highs will warm to around 60 degrees with a mix of clouds and sun.
Another cold front sweeps in Saturday night with morning temps Sunday in the mid 30s. No rain is expected with this front as it will be too dry. Highs will warm up to the mid 50s.
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