With mostly clear to partly cloudy skies, overnight temperatures will continue to stay cold in the upper 20s. There is just enough lingering moisture to where freezing fog could once again be a concern Thursday morning. However, we do not expect the coverage of any freezing fog that does develop to be as widespread as what we saw this morning. Nonetheless, take it slow if you'll be out late tonight or tomorrow morning due to the low visibility.
Thursday looks to be the pick of the week. Expect lots of sunshine with a few passing clouds. Highs tomorrow reach the mid 50s, which is the warmest day in our seven days forecast. Clouds will be on the increase by the late afternoon as a strong cold front approaches North Alabama. There is not much moisture with this cold front, so many spots will remain dry. One or two showers can't be completely ruled out through Friday morning. While we won't see much rain, we will certainly see another cool down just in time for the weekend. Highs on Friday struggle to reach 50 while weekend highs will be stuck in the mid 40s. Overnight lows will also stay cold in the upper 20s to near freezing.
All in all, the weather pattern remains pretty quiet through the early part of next week. Another system could bring additional rain chances to the forecast by next Wednesday, but there are still a lot of uncertainties with data sources. Until then, enjoy the sunshine and stay warm!