Early morning hovering moisture is causing delays on the roads, thanks to a significant Dense Fog Advisory. Expect plenty of sunshine during the daytime hours, and we'll see the temperatures climb to the lower 70s. The winds will move from the north at 5-10 mph under partly sunny skies.
For Monday night, the clouds will stick around, helping to keep it mild during the overnight period. There may be some areas of isolated patchy fog during the overnight period. Partly cloudy skies will accompany temperatures falling only into the 40s during the early morning hours for Tuesday.
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There will be a slight chance of showers and isolated thunderstorms during Tuesday's afternoon hours. Our chances of rain will only reach as high as a 20% but moisture will at least continue to build. Increasing chances of showers are on the rise for both Wednesday and Thursday, ranging from 50-70% for both days.
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