StormTeam 8 Forecast:  High 63° / Low 40°... Clearing and cool tonight.  Patchy fog? Patchy frost N & E?

Updated Monday, September 15, 2014 at  5:45 PM...

After a bout of rain this morning, the sky began to clear this afternoon. That clearing will continue into tonight as high pressure to our west moves in. The combination of clear skies and light winds will lead to another chilly night. Overnight lows will dip into the lower to middle 30s in areas along and east of I-90/94. This could lead to frost. As a result, a Frost Advisory is in effect for these areas tonight. The rest of us will see lows in the upper 30s to near 40. While frost doesn't look all that likely, there cold be some patchy fog thanks to today's rain.

High pressure builds in from the west Tuesday, bringing plenty of sunshine and warmer highs in the mid-upper 60s. The good news is this high should hang around for the next few days. It will bring dry and slightly warmer weather.

Looking Ahead... Wednesday and Thursday are looking pretty nice, with partly to mostly sunny skies and highs in the 70s. 

Another frontal system will approach the area late Thursday night, then track across the area Friday and Saturday. The result will be a chance for showers and t-storms. The good news is temperatures look to remain fairly mild, with highs in the 70s. In fact, it may feel a bit more humid, too.

Next Sunday, Monday and Tuesday look dry at this point. Temperatures will cool a bit, falling back into the 60s. The official start of Autumn arrives next Tuesday. It looks like it will arrive on a very nice note.

Have a great night! -Cory Malles