Areas of patchy fog overnight

Weather

WHAT I’M TRACKING
A mostly cloudy and damp night is expected along with a few pockets of drizzle or fog for your overnight. The sun will come out as we get into your Saturday afternoon. This will lead to a warmer day and an even warmer Sunday ahead of the next storm system. 

WEEKEND OUTLOOK
After a cloudy start, and areas of fog across the valley early Saturday, the skies will become partly sunny during the day. Highs will increase to the low to mid 60s. A calm Saturday night with temperatures falling to the lower 40s. Most of Sunday will stay dry. The next storm system will work its way into the region late Sunday with the chance of showers or even a thunderstorm. 

ACTIVE WEEK AHEAD
The work week starts cloudy with scattered rain showers around for Monday. Highs on Monday will be in the upper 60s. Our dry day of the week is as we cool off on Tuesday to the middle 60s but much cooler weather is expected as we get into the middle of the week. An active storm pattern will create the chance of showers for the middle and end of the week with temperatures only in the 50s on Wednesday and Thursday. 

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