The National Weather Service has issued a Dense Fog Advisory for White, Cass, Miami, Pulaski and Fulton counties until 8 a.m. CST/ 9 a.m. EST.
Even though Lafayette and areas south/west of the city are not included in the advisory, patchy dense fog will be possible through the early morning hours. Freezing fog has developed since air temperatures are below 32° this morning. The freezing fog will create widespread frost/freeze.
The fog situation will quickly improve this morning with skies become mostly clear across all counties by 11 a.m. EST. High pressure will provide Greater Lafayette with mostly sunny skies this afternoon. Temperatures will gradually rise back into the upper 40s and lower 50s today.
You will likely notice more cloud cover through the evening hours because our next system will be moving towards Indiana. Rain showers will move into our western counties after 5 a.m. EST Wednesday and will travel over the viewing area during the morning commute. Lows will drop into the lower 40s.
Scattered rain will continue to fall on Wednesday. Otherwise, skies will remain mostly cloudy with highs near the 50° mark. Once a cold front tracks over the state tomorrow, temperatures will fall and highs will only reach the mid-40s Thursday afternoon.
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