(KFVS) - Patchy to dense fog was the primary hazard this morning and it is not letting up much.
Chief Meteorologist Grant Dade says many areas are enjoying mild temperatures with lots of sunshine, while others are stuck under a stubborn layer of fog keeping temperatures cooler.
Clouds will begin to increase again area wide as another system heads our way.
Scattered showers will be possible overnight as well as a rumble of thunder. Lows tonight will be well above average ranging from near 40 north to near 50 south.
Wednesday will be cloudy with a few scattered showers early, especially across our southern counties. It will be very mild with highs reaching the lower to middle 60s ahead of a cold front. Temperatures will begin to fall sharply after the front moves through tomorrow evening.
Some areas are still dealing with flooding.
Check road conditions before your head out.
Thursday will be closer to average for this time of the year, temperatures-wise, with a good bit of cloud cover. Thursday night there will be a chance for rain, sleet and freezing rain across our northern counties with rain in our southern counties.
Stay tuned for the latest on this developing situation.