Reported by: Meteorologist Steve Newton
Fog managed to break for a little bit of sunshine this afternoon as warmer air continued to move in from the southwest. That flow of warmer air will continue during the overnight hours, keeping low temperatures about 10 above our seasonal high temperatures.
The warm air is humid, and fog may form again early Sunday morning in the valleys. The clouds could break for a little sunshine, but keep in mind it is going to be another mild day. High temperatures will be in the 50s, breaking above 60 in a few locations. Showers will be around Sunday, mainly in the afternoon and evening. The most rain will be during the overnight hours and into Monday.
The front will have passed Monday morning, taking most of the rain with it. Temperatures will be cooling throughout the afternoon, dropping into the mid and upper 30s by the afternoon.
A disturbance will brush past us to the south early Tuesday, bringing light rain and snow for the Southern portion of our viewing area. That cooler air will bring high temperatures closer to seasonal, with highs in the mid and upper 30s.