- Areas of fog and rain developing tonight
- Wet for Friday morning commute
- Mild but stormy to start the weekend
TONIGHT: Areas of rain will develop with fog. Temperatures will hold steady or slowly rise to near 40 degrees by morning.
FRIDAY: Rain will taper off early in the morning but areas of fog and drizzle will linger. Skies will remain mostly cloudy with milder temperatures climbing into the upper 40s.
SATURDAY: Rain will be likely, especially in the morning with a chance for a few thunderstorms. An isolated strong storm cannot be ruled out, especially near the Indiana border around midday. Rain will taper off late but skies will remain mostly cloudy with gusty winds. Highs will reach into the upper 50s.
SUNDAY: Clouds will break for some sunshine. It will remain mild but quite breezy. Highs will top out in the upper 50s.
MONDAY: Mostly cloudy skies will start the week with a mild morning, but falling temperatures in the afternoon. Early day highs are expected in the middle 40s, but falling into the 30s by evening.
TUESDAY: Colder air will funnel into the Valley with cloudy skies. There will be the chance for some passing snow showers. It will be blustery with highs holding in the middle 30s.
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