An increase in surface moisture combined with calm conditions overnight has resulted in low cloud cover and fog to start off our Tuesday. This low cloud cover and fog will clear out relatively quickly this morning and give way to mostly sunny conditions by midday and last through the afternoon.

Meanwhile, temperatures will slowly warm out of the low-middle 60s into the upper 70s this afternoon.

A cold front dropping in from the north will bring a small chance for an isolated shower as it moves through this evening, but the chance of rain is less than 20 percent.

While the cold front continues to drop south, a trailing upper-level, low-pressure system will enhance the chance for a few scattered showers through Wednesday morning. Cooler air will also be in place Wednesday which, combined with the morning chance of rain and cloud cover will keep temperatures in the middle 70s Wednesday afternoon. 

Conditions will also be a bit windy Wednesday and Thursday with winds between 10-15 mph and gust as high as 30 mph.

The sunshine and warmth, however, will be on the rise through the second half of the week with highs back to near 80 degrees for the weekend.

Have a great Tuesday!

- Meteorologist Grant Gilmore

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