Freezing fog potential, cloudy and mild week

Unfortunately there will not be a whole lot of sunshine this week as clouds look to persist along with warmer than average temperatures for the foreseeable future.

As moisture and more mild air continue to move across the area and combined with melting of snow, areas of fog are likely Tuesday morning and again Tuesday night into Wednesday morning. Temperatures will be near or below freezing, so freezing fog will be possible which may lead to some icy patches on roads, overpasses and bridges, sidewalks, parking lots, etc.

There won’t be much of a spread in temperatures throughout the week with highs low-to-mid 30s expected most days and night lows will generally be in the upper 20s to low 30s.

A couple of systems may graze the area on Wednesday and again Thursday leading to some light precipitation. Considering temperatures will be near or above freezing, can’t rule out some pockets of freezing rain and rain. Amounts are not expected to add up to much and impacts should be relatively low, if any.

Dry weather will take hold on Friday heading into the weekend with skies remaining mostly cloudy.