Areas of dense fog are likely through evening, tonight & tomorrow morning. Patchy drizzle to then freezing drizzle is likely.
With temperatures falling to the 20s, watch for icy areas on roadways.
This will result in reduced to greatly reduced visibility & travel impacts.
Fog will linger into tomorrow afternoon-evening. Drizzle may diminish for a time, then ramp back up by evening with even some patchy rain. At least temperatures will rise to 37-43 with southwest wind & ice & snow will continue to melt.
Patchy rain will end as a period of snow tomorrow night. A very minor dusting to coating is possible as temperatures fall into the 20s, but at least the fog will disperse.
However, some icy areas on roadways are possible tomorrow night-Tuesday morning.
Tuesday & Wednesday look rather gray with highs 36-42 Tuesday & 37-45 Wednesday.
Rain changing to snow is possible Wednesday late to Wednesday night to Thursday morning (potential for some very minor accumulation).
Rain/snow to snow is possible next weekend (potential of minor accumulation).
Snow is possible next Monday-Tuesday, too (potential of shovel-able accumulating snow).
It does not look overly cold, but not too mild either & there are some more opportunities for snow.
Highs will run in the 30s to near 40 Thursday through next Tuesday. Lows will run in the 20s to 30s.
It certainly looks very mild in late January after about January 20 with rain, some t'storms & perhaps even near/record warmth of 50s & 60s.
HOWEVER, following the snow next Monday-Tuesday there is increasing evidence of a quick, but potent cold snap with highs 20 to the 20s. Given potential snow pack, a night or two may see 0 to single digits.
THEN we see a BIG THAW with lots of rain & warmth. Watch for rivers rising to near flood stage or exceeding it a hair at the very end of January after being chronically unusually low for months.