12/28 – Jeff Vorick’s “Fog Potential” Wednesday Night Forecast

Temperatures are quite mild this evening. Increased moisture in the air will limit any farther drop in temperatures through the night. Patchy fog could develop in spots overnight along with partly cloudy skies.

Tomorrow will be a very warm day with temperatures reaching the 70s! Cloud coverage will increase towards the latter half of the day as moisture continues to increase. A frontal system to our west will help spark showers and thunderstorms. They will eventually move east Thursday into Friday.

By the middle of the day Friday, shower and thunderstorm coverage will increase across our area. The activity will linger through much of the second half of the day leading to impressive rainfall totals. The cold front will approach our area Friday into Saturday. Another potential round of showers with the cold front will impact the area in the morning.

Once the cold front passes our area, clearing will begin. New Years Eve should be pleasant across our area. The front will bring a brief dry period as we ring in the New Year. New Years Day will be pleasant and above seasonal temperatures will continue. Things will become more active again as we head into the first week of the year.

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