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Matt - Patchy Freezing Fog possible early Tuesday

Matt's 10pm Monday Forecast

Posted: Dec. 10, 2018 10:45 PM
Updated: Dec. 10, 2018 10:46 PM

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hours this evening. lingering moisture is expected to exit the area before temperatures drop close to freezing tonight so the odds of any additional wintry mix appear to be nearly nill from this point forward. in the higher elevation locations in our alabama counties perhaps a fleeting flake or two could be observed but no impacts and certainly no accumulation will occur.overnight, skies should gradually clear from the northwest and most of the area should be under clear skies by or shortly after midnight. this will allow temperatures to decline into the upper 20s for some locations a few spots could be close to the middle 20s and we also anticipate that given the fact a few inches of rain was observed this weekend that some locations could remain in the upper 20s to near the freezing mark tomorrow morning. for those spots, conditions may calm enough for patchy areas dense freezing fog to develop. just be advised that as you start your tuesday, it would be best to build in some additional time to travel. also, be sure to tune into wtva 9 news today starting at 4:30 a.m. to catch up on the current conditions as you head out the door. in the event, no fog develops overnight, you will have some extra time to put your socks on tomorrow morning before heading out the door.tuesday should otherwise be a mostly sunny day with temperatures returning to the middle to upper 40s. precipitation is not expected. overnight with clear conditions continuing we will fall into the middle to lower 30s. we'll see clouds gradually build back into the region on wednesday. but winds will still be out of the south. so temperatures will still be relatively mild compared to what we've seen in recent days. afternoon highs climb into the upper 40s to lower 50s. then as we head into wednesday night, a few light sprinkles move into the region. this moisture becomes more widespread into thursday, especially thursday afternoon. widespread showers are likely with afternoon highs climbing into the mid- 50s. some models suggest temperatures climb into the upper 50s. but with the widespread showers and cloud coverage, and the nature of this passing storm system; i suspect some may not even reach the mid-50s. we'll dip back into the lower 40s by friday morning. and some showers will likely linger into the day. afternoon highs should be in the lower 50s. these showers will linger through the afternoon and evening friday. then they should gradually diminish some into saturday morning, though they won't go away completely. a few will stick around into saturday morning. then by the afternoon, we'll begin to clear out some. temperatures will dip into the lower 40s and upper 30s saturday morning. then in the afternoon, we'll reach a high near 50. sunday will come with a bit more sunshine and cooler morning temperatures. most will begin the day with temperatures in the upper 30s. then by the afternoon, thanks to the additional sunshine, highs will reach back into the lower 50s with no rain chances. some of you will probably be making christmas cookies for
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