Dry, Warmer after Morning Patchy Fog Monday

November 12, 2017 10:58 PM

The morning commute could be foggy, but precipitation is unlikely.

KSTP Meteorologist Jonathan Yuhas says patchy fog is possible during the morning rush for the metro, southeastern Minnesota and parts of western Wisconsin.

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But following a November that has to this point been 9 degrees colder than average, temperatures Monday will reach the mid-40s and the sky will provide a mix of clouds and sun to start a milder week.

Overnight lows Monday night could stay above freezing, and Tuesday's high temperature could hit 50, Yuhas says. For now, the next chance of snow doesn't arrive until Saturday.

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