With so much moisture in the air from falling rain combined with warm temperatures over a melting snow pack, dense fog has developed over parts of the area already this morning. Low pressure will continue lifting to our North and East dragging the rain away with it. With reasonably strong Southwest winds our temperatures will soar more than 20 degrees above average reaching near 50 degrees. That peak reading will be somewhat more remarkable since clouds, fog, and drizzle will prevail preventing much warmth from the sun. Temperatures will barely fall tonight giving them a head start on an early daytime high temperature in the mid to upper 40s for Saturday before the big chill rolls in. A cold front plows into our region and the bottom drops out with mercury diving in the afternoon and night. By Sunday, high temperatures will only reach the low to mid 20s. The weekend looks to be mainly dry, though there could be some patchy flurries or a snow shower particularly late Saturday into Saturday night.
Have a great Friday and terrific weekend!