We're clear, calm, and cold tonight with temperatures in the low 30s. Patchy fog could develop towards sunrise on Sunday. This could reduce visibility to a few miles through mid morning. There is also the potential that some areas could see a little freezing fog. This doesn’t look to be a big issue, but an isolated icy patch can’t be ruled out.
Fortunately, we’ll see a quick warm up on Sunday as breezy south winds return. High temperatures will be in the mid and upper 50s with increasing afternoon clouds. A quick moving cold front will bring the chance for a few light showers and sprinkles late in the day on Sunday and maybe a few flurries into early Monday morning.
Cooler weather will follow to start the new work week but we're back in the 50s by mid and late week.
WAFF 48 Storm Team
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