What you need to know Jan. 15

What you need to know Jan. 15
Fog is settling across the Heartland. (Source: KFVS)

(KFVS) - Good morning, today is Wednesday, Jan. 15.

First Alert Forecast

We’ll have a foggy and misty start to Wednesday. Clouds and fog will stick around during the morning.

Lisa Michaels says scattered light rain will pick up during the early morning hours and continue through the early afternoon.

High temps will be in the 50s and 60s depending on where you live.

A cold front will push through during the late afternoon/early evening. This will clear out any clouds and rain.

Clear skies, cold air and blustery winds will make it feel like winter once again with Thursday morning temps below freezing.

We continue to watch the threat of a wintry mix for northwestern areas such as Mt. Vernon to Farmington for Friday morning.

There could be some slick spots on roads, but all precipitation will turn into rain by the mid-morning.

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