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Kole Fehling, KDLT Meteorologist

There have been clouds over the skies across parts of the viewing area today as we have been seeing a system make its way off towards the northeast. While we have finally started to break away some of that thick fog that we've seen, we'll still see the chance for fog across portions of the northeast with only two counties underneath a dense fog advisory going into your day on Sunday. We're going to end the weekend mild but... the warm weather is short lived, another system is on its way north and we could be dealing with some significant snow fall by the middle of next week.

Temperatures today were once again mild despite light, northwesterly winds. They are going to remain out of the northwest thing evening and throughout your day on Sunday, eventually turning out of the south going into Sunday night. Winds will remain relatively light through the beginning of the workweek.

Futurecast shows the clouds sticking around through the tonight and into tomorrow but we remain dry. The clouds through the overnight will keep us relatively mild.  No precipitation until our next system moves in on Tuesday where we could see some accumulating snow.

For those of us in the southwest, we will be quite overnight with temperatures in the low to mid 20s.  Further north we will be in the low to mid 20s as well as the week frontal system moves east.  We will be mild and winds will be calm.  In the southeast, we will be mild with temperatures in the upper 20s and low 30s.  A nice night considering the time of year it is.

We remain mild for the start of the workweek and Monday looks to be our nicest day with even some sunshine mixing in and temperatures in the upper 30s.  Tuesday a system that we have been watching very closely moves through which could bring us the potential to break out the shovels once again.  After that system moves through, temperatures return to near normal with calmer weather.

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