ROCKFORD (WREX) — Visibility drops to less than a quarter mile as temperatures remain under-freezing. Dense fog could persist by means of significantly of Sunday morning.
Dense fog ahead:
Sunday early morning capabilities loads of dense freezing fog. Small visibility is thanks to abundant moisture near the floor thanks to snowpack in blend with gentle winds. Since temperatures early Sunday are underneath freezing, dense fog is actually freezing on get in touch with with surfaces. This could allow for for patchy slick spots to establish, specially prior to 9 a.m.
Allow further time to get to your place early Sunday and guarantee your lower beams are on. Model advice suggests even for the duration of the early afternoon, fog could even now be a issue for some in the Stateline.
The weekend ends on a dry be aware, nonetheless sunshine might be a tad bashful. Cloud go over is expected to continue to be quite regular, with small clearing by way of Sunday afternoon. High temperatures should really even now take care of to get into the middle 30s, inspite of the stubborn cloud include.
Generally silent week ahead:
Many small likelihood for precipitation go to the Stateline for the duration of the initial comprehensive week of 2021. The initially round of light precipitation arrives in Monday, with a handful of snow showers probable by Monday evening. Temperatures overnight Monday into Tuesday slide into the decreased 20s, so something that does handle to slide could make for slick places early Tuesday.
Dry problems see us via right until midweek, when the opportunity for rain and some snow return to the forecast. Highs Wednesday top rated out in the higher 30s, so this is very likely to appear in as a mixed round of rain and snow. Present-day imagining retains this midweek round of precipitation with minimum affect to the Stateline.
Through the impending weekend, no significant Arctic chills are envisioned. In reality, temperatures may well conclude up staying a bit previously mentioned ordinary for this time of the 12 months.