Tonight will be very similar to last night with areas of fog and low clouds developing by morning with patchy freezing fog. Fog will linger the longest in the Illinois Valley tomorrow not burning off until the afternoon with most other valley locations seeing clearing my mid to late morning. A cold front will approach the coast Monday night bringing rain overnight Monday into Tuesday morning, mainly at the coast with a few showers inland. Most of the rain will fall during this time period with only isolated showers through the day Tuesday.
Fog will persist through the extended with increasing afternoon sunshine Wednesday and Thursday. A long wave trough will move in next weekend which is a set up that allows disturbances to slide in and bring unsettled weather to the region. Our first chance for rain arrives Saturday with the heaviest rain falling at the coast.
Meteorologist Megan Parry