Fog tonight, winter storm looms for end of the week

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What We’re Tracking:

  • Areas of freezing fog tonight
  • A brief warm-up on Tuesday
  • Snow chance returns late Friday into Saturday

Mostly cloudy skies tonight will give way to areas of dense fog forming after midnight. Because temperatures will likely be a little below freezing at that point, this would be a freezing fog and could cause untreated roads and elevated surfaces to ice up a bit.

Tuesday will turn out a bit warmer as highs climb into the lower 40s. The clouds will gradually break up a bit and a mix of sun and clouds is expected by Tuesday afternoon.

Temperatures drop back into the 30s for highs on Wednesday before a quick-passing system brings in a chance for a light winter mix to the area Wednesday night. However, the next major storm system will bring a chance for sleet and snow late Friday that will change over to all snow Friday night and Saturday. Accumulation of snow looks likely with that system.

​KSNT Storm Track Chief Meteorologist Matt Miller

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