The front that is draped across the nation from eastern Texas to the Ohio River Valley is going to take a little longer to move to the Gulf Coast than originally thought. The stalled out front should pass through during the midweek but we’ll get another dry day or two before rain chances return. Tonight should stay mainly dry under partly to mostly cloudy skies. Areas of fog will develop with dense fog possible by sunrise. There may even be a few areas of drizzle. Allow some extra time for your early morning commute. The fog will start to mix out by 8 or 9am. Temperatures overnight will only reach the upper 50’s.
Tomorrow will be mostly cloudy but mainly dry. It looks like the front stays far enough to the north to keep us dry and warm for another day. Highs will be in the mid 70’s keeping with the ten-degree above normal trend. By Monday night, areas of fog and drizzle are possible as lows reach the upper 50’s.
Rain chances start to creep back into the forecast for Tuesday with scattered showers but Wednesday is when the front actually moves through the area. Don’t get too excited for the chance of rain. Rain chances still remain around 30 to 40 percent so Wednesday won’t be a washout for the area. The weekend starts off dry and more seasonable as highs will be back in the 60’s behind the front.