(WRCB) - Good Sunday. We are waking up to temperatures about 10-15 degrees colder than yesterday, and even colder weather is on the way.
For today, we are starting off with patchy dense fog in the upper elevations where temps are in the mid 30s in many spots. That could also lead to a few of the colder locations to even experience a little patchy frost this morning.
Highs later today will warm into the upper 60s with sunny skies and light north winds.
Monday will be similar, though a little warmer. A front will be approaching the area, and ahead of the front we will get light southerly winds that will allow us to warm into the low 70s for highs.
Clouds will build with the passage of the front late Monday into Tuesday, but the chance of any fall rain is only 20% for the overnight hours of Tuesday morning.
The main impact with this next front will be another blast of chilly air. From Wednesday through the rest of the week we will have clear skies with highs near 60, and lows in the mid to upper 30s.
Download the WRCB weather app for the interactive radar and current temps around the area. David Karnes
8am... Sunny, 40
Noon... Sunny, 57
5pm... sunny, 68