Patchy A.M. fog, warm afternoon


A Dense Fog Advisory remains in effect until 9a.m. this morning for Polk County, and central and eastern Pasco and Hernando counties. The fog is not as widespread this morning as it was yesterday.

Conditions will slowly improve after sunrise, however drivers should take extra caution with the morning commute. Be prepared for rapidly changing visibility on the roadways and allow extra time to reach your destination.

Once this fog burns off we will warm quickly under partly sunny skies. There is an isolated shower chance this afternoon, but chances are 10% or less. Winds will turn from the SE to the SSW today. As a result, areas along the immediate coast will be a touch cooler today with highs in the mid 70s at the beaches. A cold front will approach the area late tomorrow. This will start a cooling trend Friday and the weekend, but temperatures will only drop to the mid 70s for highs. Because the front will not push all of the way through, we won't get much of the cooler air. The front will bring quite a few clouds and low rain chances Friday through Sunday.

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