After the active weather day yesterday, areas of dense fog will be problematic for some this morning. Be careful on your way into work/school as visibilities could drop off significantly over a short distance. Once the fog dissipates, expect a mix of sunshine and clouds early before a weak cold front arrives this afternoon. This front will spark a few scattered showers and storms. It won’t be as strong or as widespread as yesterday but any shower/storm could pack pockets of brief heavy rainfall. Highs will be near 90. Partly cloudy skies and patchy fog dominate the overnight hours. Lows drop to the middle to upper 60s.
Friday begins dry but clouds will be on the increase as the day progresses. A stronger cold front arrives from late Friday bringing widespread showers and storms. Some of these storms could be strong, possibly severe with the key time, for now, being the late evening hours Friday to the pre-dawn hours on Saturday. The Storm Prediction Center has a slight risk for severe weather late Friday through early Saturday for areas along and west of I-75. Damaging winds and large hail are the main threats. An upper level trough follows bringing a much cooler temperatures behind this line of storms with highs Saturday through Monday in the upper 60s to lower 70s.
The weekend is almost here.
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