12/18 Ryan’s “Dense Fog Advisories” Monday Night Forecast

It was warm, humid, and foggy last night and tonight will be no different as dense fog advisories have already been issued for all six coastal counties. This fog will linger over the area through the night and late into the morning before dissipating, but expect the humidity and cloud cover to remain into tomorrow afternoon which will have a high near 74. Our next frontal system moves through quickly Wednesday morning, meaning we’ll see some light clearing & drying through the middle of the week and toward the weekend, which seems to be cooling as two cold fronts will move through quickly from Friday to Sunday. This last frontal system will have strong high pressure behind it, and there is a very small chance we could see some winter weather early Christmas morning. Even if it does happen it only looks to be a quick dusting of snow, but I’m still doubtful the circumstances will be in place. Check back for updates through the week as this situation develops further.

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