Gray skies, showers and dense fog

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Tonight, if it’s not raining then areas will be dealing with dense fog once again and temperatures are likely to hold steady in the mid to upper 40s.   DENSE FOG ADVISORY in effect for Adams, York & Lancaster until 6am.  While these three counties have an advisory, the fog has formed across the entire area.

Tomorrow morning expect the clouds and dense fog to improve as the winds shift and increase.  Temperatures will be mild.  Cold front and associated low will cross the area early, keeping a chance for spotty showers before northwesterly winds bring in drier air.  Highs should be able to reach the low to mid 50s after starting in the  low to mid 40s.

High pressure builds in for Wednesday bringing a day full of sunshine and highs near 50.

Next system, a more potent one, arrives Thursday with rain showers but will be followed with a blast of much colder air for Friday and the weekend.  Lake Effect snow showers could bring in snow flurries or light snow showers as far south as Maryland but should not be a big deal at this time.  Highs will be near 40 Friday but only in the upper 30s with lows in the 20s for the weekend.

Drive carefully with the fog and showers around.

Have a nice evening!



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