Wind and rain roll in as fog clears
It was a stellar weekend with highs in the 60s in spots both days, but then the fog rolled in for lakeside areas. The dense fog has started to clear and the dense fog advisory that had been in place was canceled. As the fog rolls out, the wind and rain will roll in. Expect scattered showers from 8 a.m. and lasting until 4 p.m. in some spots.
Most of the showers will remain light but some pockets of heavy rain and even an isolated storm are possible. Rain totals by the end of Monday will hover around a half inch with some spots a little higher that see heavy rain.
A few lingering showers will last off and on for Tuesday with less than a tenth of an inch of rainfall expected.
In addition to the rain, wind will probably be a bigger story. The wind will quickly pick up Wednesday morning with gusts reaching over 40 mph in spots for most of the day. A wind advisory may be needed.
The wind stays strong Monday night and all day Tuesday before dropping a little but staying breezy on Wednesday.
Download the CBS 58 Ready Weather app to track the hour-by-hour forecast and see when the wind dies down and sunshine returns.