Precipitation continues to decrease in coverage, but chances of showers will continue across the state the next few days.
Patchy to widespread fog moves in tonight and last through the late morning hours.
If temperatures drop below freezing, fog could freeze to surfaces.
Monday’s temperatures will be in the 50s and 60s for afternoon highs.
Temperatures remain below seasonal averages through the mid-work week.
Scattered to isolated showers remain in the forecast through Thursday as well.
By the end of the work week through next weekend, temperatures start warming back to average or above average as an upper-level ridge starts to build.