Most of the wintry mixture we’ve been seeing for the past 24 hours has tracked out of the region and will lead to a gloomy and mostly dry Friday with dense fog to deal with early in the morning.
A Dense Fog Advisory is in effect until noon Friday.
Thankfully though, temperatures this morning will primarily be above freezing which will mean no worries about freezing fog and icy roads. On top of that, limited moisture will be in place today only producing spotty chances of rain/snow. Highs will reach the mid and upper 30s, with south winds at 5 to 10 mph.
The drier patch of weather will continue into the first part of tonight, but after midnight, wrap around snow showers will track back into the region for locations mainly near and north of I-74.
Addition snow amounts will mainly stay around inch with a few spots farther north seeing as much as 2 inches. Closer to I-70, little to no accumulations are expected.
THE WEEK AHEAD:
The rest of the week will see temperatures near average in the 30s. Mixed precipitation and snow showers will continue into Saturday morning.
The past two weekends have left behind more than four inches of rain, so we will be good for a long time.
We’re expected to be near normal going into the beginning of the February with our temperatures and precipitation amounts.