Be prepared for a slower than normal morning drive if you’re making it out to the early Sunday services. The dense fog is back, but this time in more locations. As of now, the only county in our forecast region that is under a DENSE FOG ADVISORY is Robertson. That being said, everyone will experience dense fog in a patchy setting, meaning there will be a cycle of thick and thin fog until it all lifts after the sun rises. Otherwise, it’s cloudy, mild and muggy.
Once the fog clears this morning or through midday we’re going to have a similar day to yesterday, minus the heavy rain and storms. Not to say that a stray pop-up isn’t possible which could cause a heavy downpour; but the chances are limited compared to yesterday. Still, if you hear thunder head indoors and if you run across a flooded roadway, best to turn around. Higher pressure today will keep most storms away and allow more sunshine. Heat and humidity will stick around so prepare for another hot one. We get a nice stretch of weather for the next few days with lowered rain chances and more sunshine.