FutureTrack showing a pleasant Sunday afternoon under a mix of clouds and sun.
**DENSE FOG ADVISORY IN EFFECT FOR CARROLL, CRAWFORD, HARRISON, & SHELBY CO. FROM 4 AM-EARLY SUNDAY AM**
The end of the workweek brought warmer and pleasant conditions to Siouxland but we also saw clouds increase as well as some spotty drizzle into early this AM. The clouds have since begun to decrease and that will be the trend through the next 12 hours or so. Temperatures climbed into the mid 70s for many under partly cloudy skies once the clouds broke and we are setting up for a beautiful evening across the KTIV Viewing Area. Lows look to bottom out near that 50 degree mark under partly cloudy skies as high pressure tried to filter in some cooler air. Winds will be out the NE/E but they could go calm overnight and that could also lead to some patchy fog development late. Sunday will be just as warm as today with more southerly flow taking back over. Winds could occasionally gust towards 25 mph as temperatures once again rise into the 70s.
We could see a spotty shower mainly east of the I-29 Corridor as a weak system progresses through the region. Monday looks to be the warmest of the next 7-Days with temps rising into the lower 80s. A cool front moves through Monday night dropping us back down towards 70° Tuesday under abundant sunshine. The cooling trend continues right through the week with highs dipping back into the 50s come Thursday and Friday with lows dipping towards freezing. Another trough dips through the Midwest Wednesday and that could bring us a shower Wednesday night before high pressure build in on its heels. As that system passes temperatures look to stay right near average heading into next weekend.