From the Vipir 7 Storm Center
Folks heading out early Saturday were hampered by dense fog. Visibilities on the order of 1/4 mile and lower were common.
Partly sunny skies will be the rule once the fog lifts. As highs reach for the mid-80s, scattered showers and thunderstorms could develop. It will be mainly clear overnight tonight. Sunday will feel like summer as highs reach for 89 degrees and humidity levels increase.
The workweek starts off quite warm and dry. Highs on Monday will be near 90. A weather system producing stormy weather in the Plains will slowly migrate into our region by mid-week. Rain chances will increase and the possibility of strong to severe thunderstorms will be monitored by the Vipir 7 Storm Team. The cold front associated with the system will come through Wednesday night.
The stage will be set for cooler weather on Thursday and Friday with small chances for rain.
Storm Team 7 Meteorologist - CBM
Twitter - @WBBJ7Eddie