WEATHER NOW: Patchy Fog Possible, Some Sunday Flurries

Forecast

TODAY:

Look for a few clouds with temperatures in the low to middle 40s. We’ll start with some light fog in spots in the morning, but not enough to cause problems. Look for light winds with plenty of sunshine to go around.

TONIGHT:

Expect a dry and quiet night. With light winds and falling temperatures, it’s possible for some areas of fog to develop and bring reduced visibility to the roads by tomorrow. Expect to scrape frost off your cars again if you are up early enough.

SUNDAY:

Seasonal temperatures again on Sunday, but we may see some more clouds fill into the region. We do think some flurries and even sprinkles are possible Sunday, but no impacts are expected. Some patchy fog also is possible in the morning hours. We’ll monitor and adjust the forecast as needed.

THE WEEK AHEAD:

After Thursday’s additional cloud cover, most of the week will be pretty sunny with seasonable temperatures for the most part in the 40s. No systems are expected to pass through, making for a dry forecast.

Not a lot of rain to go around. Most remain dry, but a trace could add up in a lucky spot.

Put up the lights this weekend if you can, it will be sunny and mild in the 40s!

DROUGHT MONITOR:

The Drought Monitor still has an area of severe drought near Springfield and Decatur.

LONG-TERM FORECAST:

We’re expected to be near normal for our temperatures and below normal for our precipitation going into the middle of December.

– Meteorologist Jacob Dickey

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