Dense Fog Starting to LIft

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We started the day with dense fog, prompting a Dense Fog Advisory which has been lifted. The low clouds are starting to lift out and sunshine is trying to peak through.  Clouds will still be hanging around mixing with a little sunshine.  It will be milder as winds will pick up becoming a bit gusty out of the southwest 10 to 20 mph. Temps should lift into the low to mid 50s easily by afternoon.

A weak cold front will quickly move through late tonight and may produce some isolated light showers, however, most areas will remain rain free.  The front will be oriented west to east along the Mason-Dixon line and pretty much diffused .  The upper level pattern will be zonal across the area resulting in pretty mild temperatures in the 50s to near 60 for Monday and Tuesday before a stronger cold front brings our best chance for rain Tuesday and will also usher in colder air by Wednesday and Thursday.

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