Patchy fog gives way to clear skies tomorrow, but a Thursday surprise awaits

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NEW YORK (PIX11) – Some patchy fog is possible later tonight as an area of high pressure brings in moist air from the Atlantic throughout the region. With the cloud cover overnight, we are expecting temperatures to be in the mid to upper 50s overnight for most of the area.

Tomorrow, a cold front will be approaching the Ohio Valley. By daybreak, the clouds associated with the front will be already overhead. While there could be a few breaks of sun from time to time, we expect the day to be mainly overcast. It’ll still be quite mild with highs around 70. Normal for this time is usually in the low to mid 60s.


As the front approaches our area by Thursday morning, a few light showers are possible during the morning, otherwise, it’ll be a mix of sun and clouds for the bulk of the day. Temperatures will be in the mid 70s.

The front is expected to slow down late Thursday night and into Friday. An area of Low pressure is expected to ride up the front from the Carolinas and give us a little more rain Friday morning. The front should move out by the afternoon and skies will gradually clear out by the evening. Temperatures will cool down into the mid to upper 60s.