Early morning patchy fog made for a few wet cars and windshields this morning, but the sunshine began burning it off by mid morning. Scattered clouds will also start clearing out as a slow moving trough drifts over into Alabama; leaving us under high pressure.
Expect highs in the upper 70s, winds northwest 5-10 mph.
Tonight the high pressure system become more entrenched in our area, making for clear skies and a shift in winds. The northern breeze will change focus and come from the south, while staying relatively light.
Temps will fall back into the 50s, mainly under clear skies.
Wednesday the sunshine returns in the early morning hours and warm us to near normal temps during the afternoon. Temps will climb to the lower 80s and along with the rise in temps will be a rise in the pollen count.
Pollen forecasts indicate that ragweed & chenopods are expected to go back to 'high' levels - not the 'extreme' levels of last week, but still a problem.
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