The first weekend of December draws to a close. Widespread fog will be around to start the day as a warm front marches through the region. The fog will lift during the mid-morning hours as the front moves through, and one would expected some clearing as we end up in the warm sector for the afternoon. But an approaching cold front will keep things from clearing out much with mid/high level clouds rapidly moving in the afternoon. Regardless, with a southerly flow taking hold we will still see temperatures climb into the upper 50s. The cold front will arrive overnight with some rain beginning during the evening hours, and largely clearing out before dawn on Monday.
The beginning to the work week looks great with sunshine returning, an upper-level ridge building aloft, and temperatures responding accordingly. Highs for Monday will be several degrees warmer than Sunday, making it well into the 60s across the viewing area… yeah, some “cold” front!
Pleasant and warm for Tuesday as the upper-level ridge slides offshore and the flow at the surface turns to the southwest. Some high clouds will push overhead late in the day as another cold front moves through the Ohio Valley, but much of the day will feature quite a bit of sunshine. Some rain is expected overnight, however.