Watch for areas of dense fog early Sunday morning especially around waterways like rivers, lakes, and streams. Fog will dissipate in most spots by mid-morning leaving a sun/cloud mix for the rest of the day. Sunday afternoon will remain mainly dry with a stray shower or two. Afternoon highs will be much warmer in the low 70°s.
Our next cold front arrives Monday morning. A squall line is forecast to form ahead of the front bringing likely showers and t-storms to the back to work/school morning commute.
Grab the rain gear. A Marginal Risk for severe weather is in place for Monday morning. Damaging winds are the primary concern, but we can't rule out a stray tornado. The line of storms moves through quickly leaving behind a dry end to Monday. Temperatures will turn cooler, but not as cold as the previous Arctic blast. In fact, temperatures will not get below freezing with this frontal passage.
A slight warm-up will take place by the end of the week. Another storm system and a cold front look to arrive by next weekend. We could see a heavy rain potential with this upcoming weather system. But it is still too early to tell how much rain the area could see.
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