After receiving an inch of rain in some areas across the northern parts of the state, we get a slight reprieve from the damp conditions. But make no mistake, that rain was more than needed. Clouds will likely stick with us for most of the rest of the afternoon, but are beginning to clear for tonight. The morning will bring a new challenge with areas of dense fog. Some of the moisture in the ground will evaporate overnight and as temperatures cool areas of fog will form. Some locations closer to water sources will particularly dense with visibilities less than a quarter mile. Partly cloudy skies should be able to burn through it and highs could reach near or into the 80s tomorrow afternoon.
The rest of the week looks similar, highs in the low 80s lows in the 60s and a chance for more fog on Thursday morning. The weekend looks to be hit or miss. A cold front is set to come through on Saturday night and some rain showers are possible during the day. More thunderstorms are possible on Sunday and our temperatures will dip back down into the 70s for highs.
For more information about the significant winter storm and severe weather event in the Plains, head over to myweatherman.com. Also check out the Instacast feature that lets you chat directly with a staff meteorologist.