Dense Fog Advisory east of I-65 until 9:00am. Patchy fog is possible elsewhere. The fog lifts mid-morning into partly cloudy skies, and that’s how we stay for the rest of the day. High 76 with increasing humidity.
Tonight will be another mild and moonlit night, with a low of 58.
The weather system that brought flooding and freezing to the central plains will weaken considerably when it moves through our neighborhood. We’ll see a few showers late Tuesday and Tuesday night, then a 50% rain chance Wednesday. Showers end early Thursday, followed by sunny and cooler weather through the weekend. Highs stay in the mid 70s Tuesday, then dip to more seasonable low and mid 60s for the rest of the week. Lows go from the mid 50s tonight and tomorrow night to the mid 40s Wednesday night through Sunday night.
And today is the final day of the 2015 Atlantic hurricane season. The tropics are quiet.