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Sunday, January 20, 2013

A Foggy Pattern?


By Gene Norman
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The milder, more moist air led to dense fog this Sunday morning and we can expect a repeat for Monday.  If you're headed out to an MLK event or anywhere else early, be prepared to fire up the low beams.  In fact, low clouds and fog might be a pattern we should expect nearly every morning of this upcoming week.  A cool front to our north will fizzle as it drifts southward late Monday so no rain is likely and neither is a return of last week's cold snap.  In fact, temperatures this week could approach or surpass 70°before a stronger front arrives by the end of the week.

TONIGHT: Fair and cool before midnight with dense fog developing after midnight through early morning.  Temperatures falling through the 50s and bottoming out in the upper 40s.  Light to calm wind.

NORMAN NUMBER FOR MONDAY, MLK DAY: 8
MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR DAY: Dense fog lifting as parade festivities get underway.  Partly cloudy skies for the rest of the day.  A cool morning, becomes much warmer with highs in the mid to upper 60s.  Northeast and east winds 5-10 mph.

NORMAN NUMBER FOR TUESDAY: 8
TUESDAY: Areas of dense fog early, then partly cloudy and mild.  Morning lows in the mid 40s; afternoon highs in the low 70s.  East to southeast winds 5-10 mph.

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