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Dense fog leads to showers on Wednesday

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Wednesday is wet across much of the eastern half of the nation.




DENSE MORNING FOG: Dense fog remains in place for the region Wednesday morning. Showers creep in as well from mid to late morning as moisture arrives from the south. It’s a milder day with periods of showers lasting through the evening. Temperatures slowly rise as well through the afternoon and evening. High temperatures occur at midnight, something that doesn’t happen very often. Highs are in the upper 50s to lower 60s. Readings continue to slowly rise overnight, and the breezes pick up. Expect some showers still through the night.




The Christmas Eve forecast is very warm, with record high temperatures likely.

WARM CHRISTMAS: Christmas Eve features an unseasonably warm and record breaking day. After some showers to start, some clearing takes place through the afternoon. Expect highs near 70 degrees! ThisHoliday 2 breaks the old record of 62 back in 1990. Skies are partly sunny for Christmas Day, and temperatures aren’t nearly as warm. Expect readings in the upper 50s to lower 60s. Record highs stay safe, though we are close. A few showers could try to sneak into the forecast, especially for those closest to the state border.



SHOWERS STAY: Beyond Christmas, we keep daily shower chances throughout the region on Saturday, Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday. Highs begin well above average too. Expect readings in the middle 50s Saturday, and then in the upper 50s to lower 60s on Sunday. Monday cooler air slips in, but temperatures are still mild. Highs are in the upper 40s, and then back into the 50s on Tuesday.



Have a great Wednesday!