Fog, mist, and drizzle may cause some slowdowns for your Monday morning commute. Otherwise, look for mostly cloudy skies to continue with another round of rain on the way. By midday, heavy rain and a few thunderstorms will approach from the southwest.
These will continue streaming in during the afternoon and evening and overnight into the first part of Tuesday. A few storms with gusty winds up to 50mph will be possible, but the severe weather threat looks to stay to our south. Rainfall totals with this round will be between 1-2”. Temperatures will remain steady in the 50s today and tonight.
After some dense fog Wednesday morning, we may see some sunshine by the afternoon. Highs will once again be in the 50s. The first Arctic Front of the season will move in Thursday. Right now it looks like a few showers will develop ahead of the front Thursday morning with rapidly falling temperatures throughout the afternoon. We’ll crash into the lower 20s by Friday morning with wind chills in the low teens.
Afternoon highs on Friday might not get above freezing in some areas. Saturday morning will be the coldest morning with lows in the upper teens. Cooler weather will last into the weekend but get closer to seasonable.
Meteorologist Lauren Jones
WAFF 48 First Alert Weather