Fog is dense across the area with visibility down to 1/4 mile recently at BWI. This fog will dissipate by mid-morning, but clouds will be abundant through the day.

Winds will become southeasterly later Sunday morning and low level moisture will increase. Dewpoints are expected to rise into the 50s. A warm front will move northward through our area Sunday and temperatures will rise into the 60s, which is well above normal for mid-November.

As a result of this advancing warm front, there can be a couple of showers around during the day. We don’t expect these showers to be widespread and the day will not be a washout. As the cold front approaches Sunday night, southerly winds will increase.

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