Tonight: Clouds hang around through the night with light winds coming out of the northeast at 5-10mph and a low of 37 degrees. Fog is expected to move into the area after midnight.
Tomorrow: Dense fog sticks around through the morning commute with visibilities ranging from 1 to 2 miles. The fog will clear up by lunchtime. As the fog moves out, so will the clouds, leaving us with partly sunny skies by the afternoon. We reach 63 degrees by 5pm. A perfect day for a round of golf before the next rain system moves into the area!
7-Day Forecast: Rain expected to move in Wednesday night into all day Thursday. A few thunderstorms could be in the mix as well. Clearing skies for the weekend with a warm-up going into next week. First official day of spring is Saturday, bringing mostly sunny skies and a high of 53 degrees. By the start of next week, temperatures are back into the 60s with the another rain chance on Tuesday.
--Weather Forecaster Hope Kleitsch
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