Dense fog has set up this morning across the area with visibilities in some places falling below a quarter mile. For the rest of the week fog will be possible with Friday also sticking out as a day where advisories may be needed for low visibilities. The dense fog advisory goes through 9a this morning.
Once the fog clears look for another damp day with the potential for heavy rain and some isolated storms. Some communities could see significantly more rain than others similar to Tuesday night when we had some counties north of Indianapolis seeing upwards of five inches of rain. Officially, Indianapolis saw 0.54 inches of rain for the day. Most places will likely see less than a quarter inch of rain today.
This stubborn pattern will remain in place through at least the weekend with clouds helping to keep temps to near 80 degrees for highs during this time period. This pattern is more of a fall pattern than a summertime pattern with things like inversions helping to keep the skies dreary while also keeping temps a good five degrees or so below the average for this time of the year. Looks like clouds will once again be slow to break today with some sunshine in the afternoon. Today will likely be similar to yesterday with some spots of sun in the afternoon and isolated gushers (storms) setting up across the state.