Dense fog advisory
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MILWAUKEE - People driving in southeastern Wisconsin may find themselves driving in low visibility Monday morning as they head to work.
A dense fog advisory has been put in effect for all of Southeastern Wisconsin until 9:00 a.m. Monday.
"Low pressure which developed across the central plains is now lifting into our region," explained Storm Team 4Caster Scott Steele.
"Warm air ahead of this system is leading to areas of dense fog and allowing us to see precipitation in the form of rain, at least initially."
But, he says, temperatures will fall on Monday, and rain should become snow.
"As the disturbance moves away to our east, we'll see our winds shift around to the west and northwest ushering colder temperatures leading to a transition from rain to snow," said Steele.
"Only minor accumulations are expected around our area."
The good news: according to Steele, "the balance of the work week looks to be very quiet with periods of sunshine."
Monday's Storm Team 4Cast from Scott Steele:
Today: Areas of dense fog early with rain changing to snow
High: Near 41 early then slowly falling
Wind: W 10-20 mph gusting to 30 mph
Tonight: Patchy flurries with decreasing clouds late, windy, and seasonally mild
Low: Near 20
Wind: W 12-22 mph gusting to 25 mph
Tuesday: Becoming mostly sunny
Breezy but seasonal
High: Near 27
Wind: WNW 10-15 mph
Tuesday night: Clear to partly cloudy and seasonally chilly
Low: Near 16
Wind: WNW 3-8 mph
Wednesday: Partly cloudy and warmer
High: Near 33