Jennifer Edwards Baker reports:
Patchy, dense fog is blanketing downtown Cincinnati this morning, reducing visibility down to about a quarter mile at Lunken Airport, according to the National Weather Service in Wilmington.
Motorists should be prepared for sudden reductions in visibility down to near zero. Use low beam headlights as you head out.
It’s also much colder at 38 degrees than we’ve seen over the last several days, when we enjoyed 70 degree temperatures during this first week of December.
Later, the fog will burn out under mostly sunny skies. It will remain brisk. The lunchtime temperature will only warm to 45 degrees with the high topping out at 49.
Tonight will be partly cloudy and cold with a low of 29.
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Thursday should be mostly sunny again with a high of 52.
More rain could arrive overnight into Friday. The low will fall to 47.
Looking ahead to the weekend, rain is in the forecast Friday through early next week.
Daytime high temperatures will gradually warm into the upper 50s Saturday, Sunday and Monday before plunging into the 30s by Tuesday.