Justin Liles' Weather Forecast

StormTeam Outlook: Tuesday October 21st, 2014
Justin Liles, Chief Meteorologist

A Half and Half Wednesday

All day long I found myself looking up staring at the sky wondering when it was going to clear up.  Well if you must know it did around 2pm.  Now we are in for a cooler night with little wind and clear skies.  Some patchy fog is possible early Wednesday morning near the lake and low lying valley areas.  Rain is in the forecast Wednesday too.

Clouds will be on the increase beginning around 2pm Wednesday.  Look for overcast skies to take over by 8pm.  Rain showers will start out west of the Twin Ports before the 10pm time frame and then rain is likely in the ports after midnight.   Thursday morning will start off with some light rain and some areas of heavy fog.  Conditions will improve by Thursday afternoon leading the way to a warm sunny end to the week and into the weekend.  Temperatures are expected to be in the low to mid 60s Friday through Sunday.

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