Fog Looking More Widespread & Quite Dense Again………..

November 21st, 2012 at 10:37 pm by under Chad's WLFI Weather Blog

Upgrading wording from “patchy” to “areas” of dense fog tonight with visibility below 0.25 mile in many areas due to strengthening inversion & abundant low-level moisture.  I still do not think it will be quite as bad as this morning, though.

Fog will lift by late morning, followed by lots of sun, breezy & warm conditions.  Clouds will rapidly increase in the evening with a band of scattered showers & perhaps an isolated rumble of thunder passing late evening-early tomorrow night.

After this, it looks to rapidly clear with lows in the 30s by Friday morning & highs in the 40s with mostly sunny skies & strong, strong west to northwest winds up to 36 mph.

2 Responses to “Fog Looking More Widespread & Quite Dense Again………..”

  1. Mary Anne Best says:

    It was a bit hazy this morning but nothing thick, at least in town, like yesterday! What a pretty Thanksgiving morning! Nothing like the ones I remember in the mid and late ’50s. Thanksgiving was always very cold and snowy. And that snow was still on the ground in the spring, nothing like the roller coaster weather we have now.

    Hope yours is a happy, thankful, and safe one!
    Thankful for ALL CHAD does to keep us informed!

    MA in REM

  2. Kathy says:

    Happy Thanksgiving eveybody, have a safe and wonderful day with your family and friends. Kathy

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