Fog continues with increasing temperatures

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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (Dec. 7, 2015)--Good Monday afternoon. We've had another foggy day across central Indiana and at the 5 p.m. hour the visibility was still reduced to below 5 miles in many spots.

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Temperatures are much cooler in areas that have been seeing dense fog today.

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The low temperature in Indy today was 40 degrees and the high, 43.  Temperatures were 16 degrees above average today in Indianapolis. We'll have fog continue through the evening and overnight. Cloud heights will only be a couple hundred feet so expect visibility to once again be reduced to near zero in spots Tuesday morning.

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Temperatures will stay well above freezing tonight so we should not have issues with freezing fog with lows in the upper 30s and low 40s. Tuesday will bring a breezy south, southwest wind and therefore the fog should mix out a little better with temperatures getting to the low 50s.

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The weather pattern becomes more active through the week as a series of upper-level disturbances move through. One will move through Wednesday bringing some showers. Rainfall amounts of up to 0.10 inches possible.

The winds will also pick up through the week. By Thursday, temperatures will be in the mid-50s with gusty south, southwest winds. Rain chances once again return Friday with showers and possibly a t-storm Saturday and Sunday. Right now, models show the potential of up to two inches of rainfall this weekend. Expect strong winds as mentioned with cooler weather into Monday. --Danielle Dozier

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