Fog Looking More Widespread & Quite Dense Again………..November 21st, 2012 at 10:37 pm by Chad Evans 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.