TODAY: The patchy fog from this morning has lifted, but in its place is still cloudy and mild conditions. These clouds will hold steady with us for the first part of the afternoon. Thanks to a warm front lifting north, rain showers will be possible through the afternoon for areas along and north of Hwy 50. The greatest potential for rain exists the further north you go. High temperatures will reach near 71 under mostly cloudy skies and easterly winds at 8-15 mph.
TONIGHT: It looks mostly cloudy in the evening with a southeasterly wind for the evening commute with wind gusts near 22 mph. Patchy fog is possible overnight, while widespread dense fog is not likely. Temperatures tonight will be 5-8 degrees milder in the mid 50s.
EXTENDED: As a cold front moves on Friday morning there is as slight shower chance from 6AM through 9AM east of HWY 54. It will be much cooler and windy Friday with highs near 60, falling into the 50s during the day and westerly winds gusting up to 35 mph. A wind chill returns by Friday evening where it will feel like the mid to upper 30s. By Saturday morning flurries may be possible for those north of I-70 from 1AM through 6AM in the morning. No snow accumulation is expected. The upcoming weekend looks to be more seasonal with temperatures returning to normal in the 40s Saturday and Sunday with cold nights in the upper 20s. Sunday there is a chance for a rain/snow mix during the day and evening. On Monday the temperatures start warming and rain is possible. It looks like the mid 60s will be possible again by Tuesday. Rain and perhaps a few rumbles of thunder during the day is possible. For additional weather updates follow @ABC17Stormtrack on Twitter.