Dense fog is being picked up for most of the area where visibility is less than a mile! May need to allow extra time this morning to get to your destination. Temperatures are starting us off in the 40s with a few areas in the 30s.
We are starting off calm this morning with the winds, but as we head into the evening we will see gusts pick up 15-20 MPH. Throughout tomorrow, we could see a Wind Advisory issued mainly along the eastern slopes for gusts potentially hitting 45 MPH.
Today is the last warmer than average day we will experience for quite some time. We will have temperatures head into the 50s and lower 60s. Overnight temperatures will fall into the 30s.
We have a potential to start to see some spotty showers this morning, but they will gradually increase in coverage this evening. Tonight there is a potential for a thunderstorm to form. Thunderstorms, if any, will not be severe. Gusty winds will be the main issue.
Into tomorrow the higher elevations will be starting off a bit cooler allowing any moisture leftover to transition into some light snow. Accumulation is little to none because of the warm trend we have been under.
Throughout the weekend temperatures will hover in the 30s and 40s. Saturday a potent cold front comes through allowing the potential to see some wintry precipitation. Forecasting the precipitation is tricky mainly because warmer air will try to pool back in on Saturday allowing highs to hit in the 40s and lower 50s. Depending on where that warm air lies we could see just plain rain, rain mixed with wintry precipitation, or mainly light snow. Our northern higher elevations have the best potential to see light snowfall, while the southern counties could see just plain rain. Something we are continuing to monitor with new weather data becoming available.