Mild air and cold, wet ground has combined to make a very foggy start to the weekend, and it looks like Sunday will be on the foggy side as well.
Dense Fog Advisories are in place until noon Sunday throughout Northeast Wisconsin, so this morning will be a dreary one. Visibility could drop as low as a couple hundred feet at times, making travel conditions potentially hazardous.
This afternoon looks cloudy and highs remain well above average, topping out near 40 degrees. Our widespread fog eventually becomes a little more patchy by the afternoon. Some spotty drizzle is possible as well.
We're cloudy and likely foggy again Sunday night with lows in the low 30s.
Monday will be generally cloudy, but the chance for showers return. They should be fairly scattered, though. Highs reach the upper 30s.
Expect cloudy skies Tuesday with highs in the upper 30s again.
A storm system will push through the region Tuesday night into Wednesday and temperatures could get cold enough for some accumulating snow. At this time, it looks like precipitation starts as a wintry mix Tuesday night into early Wednesday before changing to light snow Wednesday afternoon. It is still too early to determine the exact forecast types or amounts of precipitation though.
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