Second broken line (the weak surface cold front) has a gaping hole in it from eastern Warren to western Howard County. However, thinking new cells will pop in that gap over the next hour & beyond. These will then sink southeastward then gradually weaken with time.
Patchy dense fog & low clouds should follow with lows in the mid 60s, followed by 80-85 tomorrow with winds turning to the north & north-northeast & gradually lower humidity coming in. As low clouds break, they may bubble up an isolated shower/t'shower, but coverage should run 20% in the afternoon.
After patchy dense fog tomorrow night with lows near 59, highs Sunday should reach 78-84 with northeast winds & clouds bubbling a few isolated showers/t'showers (25%).