Be prepared to slow down for fog

Sun returns this afternoon with warm temps

A Dense Fog Advisory is in effect until 10 a.m. for the majority of the Tri-State. Be prepared to slow down as you drive into areas of fog where visibility is a quarter mile or less. Increase your following distance this morning as you head into work.

Once fog dissipates, we'll be in for a delightful Presidents Day as highs increase to the upper 60s. Today's record high is 72° which means we are flirting with a record!

9 FIRST WARNING: Dense fog

As mentioned above, it will be mild this afternoon! We actually set a record high temperatures are this same date last year at 72°. Our normal high temperatures is 44 degrees.

Temperatures stay warm again on Tuesday but it's a day to have your umbrella with you. A cold front will bring in scattered showers Tuesday afternoon and evening. This isn't going to be a heavy rain but it will really feel like a spring day. But rain isn't guaranteed in every town.

The cold front won't hurt temperatures quite yet. Highs will surge into the mid to upper 60s on Wednesday and Thursday and potentially crack 70 on Friday! A stronger cold front coming in Friday evening will bring in our best chance for rain this week and potentially some stronger storms. This same front will also end our spell of warmer temperatures.

MORNING RUSH

Dense fog
Slower travel times
Low: 40

PRESIDENTS DAY

Mix of sun and clouds
Near record warmth
High: 68

MONDAY NIGHT

Mostly cloudy
Mild
Low: 50

TUESDAY

Mostly cloudy skies
Chance of scattered rain
High: 67

TUESDAY NIGHT

A few showers
Warm
Low: 51

If you don't already have our Storm Shield app, you can download it here.

You can also download the WCPO SnowCast app, which shows you how much snow will fall at your house before a winter storm.

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