Fog early Saturday, nice weekend forward

What we track:

  • Patchy fog on early Saturday
  • Chance of light snow / rain on early Sunday
  • Warmer next week

We finally broke our streak of 14 days below freezing as many areas made it into the mid to upper 30s this afternoon. Clouds have formed throughout the region as the evening progressed, and there is a possibility of spotty, thick fog by early Saturday morning as temperatures dip into the upper 10s and lower 20s.

Saturday will continue our warming trend as temperatures rise well into the upper 30’s with some clouds as the day progresses. A nice start to the weekend, but we could get another chance of winter rainfall overnight.

A system runs through early Sunday, but in warmer temperatures we were able to see a brief wintry mix until mid-morning before switching to a few rain showers. Sometime in the afternoon and evening we will slowly clean up and the heights seem to be climbing into the 40s.

A larger warm-up is planned for early next week, with a lot more sunshine that could push highs close to 60 ° on Tuesday for the southern half of the area and 50s elsewhere. A cold front appears to be pushing through in the middle of the week, but temperatures seem to be dropping to more seasonal levels and NOT what we’ve seen in the past two weeks!

KSNT Storm Track Meteorologist Gabriella Gomez

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