Patchy fog overnight; dry stretch settles in

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INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — Some dense fog possible Tuesday morning.  80s return to the extended later this week.

Tonight:  

Clouds still hanging around, as the remnants of Gordon continue to push to our east.  Skies should gradually clear up top through the overnight.

With all of the precipitation we picked up over the weekend, patchy dense fog – especially in rural and outlying areas, will be possible as winds lighten up overnight.  Visibilities could be rather low in spots for the Tuesday morning commute.

Overnight lows dip to the middle 50s.

Tuesday:

Morning fog burns off by late morning/early afternoon – clouds will likely hang tough during the afternoon, but we should see more sunshine than Monday.



Highs hit the middle 70s.



Wednesday:

Beautiful day on tap, as dry air continues to dominate much of the Midwest.  Sun filled skies with highs in the upper 70s.

Hurricane Florence:

Florence is now a strong Category 4 storm, with sustained winds of 115 mph.  Florence is expected to hit the North Carolina coast sometime on Thursday/early Friday.  Storm surge will be the immediate concern, with historical rainfall amounts possible inland.  More on Florence can be found here  Florence will have no impact to us here in central Indiana.

8-day forecast:

Temperatures will continue to climb, as dry conditions prevail thorugh the end of the week into the weekend.  Numbers should peak into the middle 80s this weekend, before falling back to the upper 70s early next week.

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