Tonight: Rain will completely clear out of the area, leaving behind partly cloudy skies. Temperatures will drop down to a cool low of 46-degrees. Most areas be fog-free throughout the night, however some low-lying areas could see some localized fog.
Tomorrow: Dense fog is expected to arrive during the morning commute. Visibilities of less than a half-mile are expected throughout the viewing area. Be sure to take your time tomorrow morning and give yourself plenty of space between you and the car in front of you while out on the roadways. Temperatures will rebound throughout the day, reaching a high near 72-degrees by 5pm.
Seven-Day Forecast: A fall-like feel finally falls across the region. Below average temperatures paint the next several days. The weather pattern will remain dry as well as we won't see our next rain chance until the weekend. Saturday will remain dry with intervals of clouds and sun for the Cardinals' Home Opener and Family Weekend. Chance of rain Saturday night before chances increase for showers and t-storms on Sunday.
---Chief Weather Forecaster Hope Kleitsch
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