Foggy and Groggy Start
Posted by Chris Lambert
One thing about eating and eating and eating... it's tough to have a lot of energy! Also, what may be a groggy start for many, is also a foggy start for many as we've have plenty of low level moisture in place to produce that fog, and even freezing fog.
With temps this morning at, or just below freezing, all those little water droplets hanging just above the ground (the fog) can freeze when they come in contact with your car, grass, sidewalk or driveway, creating a bit of black ice. Just watch out for a few slippery spots early.
The few icy spots melt away quickly anytime after 9:00AM as the fog lifts, the sun breaks out, and temps warm into the middle 50s.
The 50s won't last long though as a cold front comes crashing in late tonight and early tomorrow morning. I don't expect much rain from it, other than a passing shower, late overnight and early tomorrow. The big difference will be the increasing wind and decreasing temperatures as highs near the mid 40s Saturday by midday, then fall into the upper 30s by late afternoon.
Sunday remains cool with temperatures struggling to get out of the 30s.
Tuesday/Wednesday... Still lots of questions on potential storm moving in. Right now, my forecast has some rain/mix moving in Tuesday afternoon into Wednesday, but the models have struggled latching on to a pattern set-up and whether or not the storms moves into the Northeast, or stays out to sea? We'll continue to track it and fine tune the forecast as the pattern becomes a lot clearer over the next couple days.
Good luck shopping today! Also a good weekend to make turkey soup!