**Dense fog advisory for Marshall, Nemaha, Brown, Riley, Pottawatomie, Jackson, Jefferson, Geary, Wabaunsee, Shawnee and Douglas counties through 7 am Monday morning.**
The cloud cover will continue to clear out from north to south through the course of the evening. However, some of that cloud cover may not entirely clear out from the southern areas. Either way, it’ll be a chilly night with temperatures falling into the 30s for much of Northeast Kansas.
Some patchy, but dense low-lying fog is also possible tonight through Monday morning. Freezing fog isn’t much of a concern though as the road and surface temperatures should stay in the 40s.
Breaks of sunshine will be possible for Monday, but it will be limited. A battle between the sun and clouds will see the cloud cover win out through much of Monday. Even so, temperatures still look to max out in upper 40s and lower 50s for Monday.
Overall, it’ll be a mild week ahead with high temperatures bouncing between the 50s and 60s. A couple of minor rain chances mix in for Tuesday and Thursday, but otherwise it’ll be a fairly dry week, as well.