Dense Morning Fog
Forecast Updated at 6:50 AM Friday
***A Dense Fog Advisory has been issued for Adams, Clark, Lincoln, Marathon, Oneida, Portage, Taylor, Wood, and Vilas Counties until noon. Areas of dense fog will develop with visibilities expected to be under 1/4 mile.***
Dense fog makes traveling this morning very slow. Be sure to have your headlights on if you are driving in the fog, not just so you can see the road but so others can see you. The fog won't burn off until late this morning. The afternoon becomes partly sunny and warm! Highs should near 60 degrees putting the Northwoods close to ten degrees above average for the day.
A weak cold front passes through overnight but should be dry as it moves through. However, expect partly cloudy skies overnight as lows get into the mid 40's. Saturday is only a little cooler for afternoon highs thanks to mostly sunny skies. The sunshine and mild temperatures last through Sunday before our next rain chances on Monday and Tuesday knock temperatures back down.
Meteorologist Melissa Constanzer
Friday: Dense morning fog takes time to burn off. The afternoon becomes partly sunny skies and warm!
Temps: 58 to 63
Winds: Southwest 5-10 mph
Friday Night: Partly cloudy and mild.
Temps: 43 to 46
Winds: West-southwest 5-10 mph
Saturday: More sunshine but a little more windy.
Temps: 55 to 59
Winds: West-northwest 10-20 mph
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