Use caution and be sure to give yourself extra time as you head out on the roads this morning.
Patchy, dense fog is blanketing parts of the Tri-State. with the heaviest reported in metro Cincinnati and the city's east side.
Visibility is at less than a quarter of a mile at Lunken Airport in the East End.
The fog should stick around through the morning commute as the low temperature falls to 26 degrees.
The combination of fog and frosty, below-freezing temperatures could cause freezing fog, leading to slick spots or even black ice as we head into the late morning hours.
Bridges and overpasses will be the slickest areas.
Later, the fog should burn off under sunny skies. Friday's high temperature will reach 50 degrees.
The low Friday night will be 28.
We're in for a bit of a warm-up this weekend. Daytime highs will hover in the low 50s Saturday and Sunday. Overnight lows will remain in the 30s.
If you are headed for Cleveland and Bengals vs. Browns, sunny, cool weather will be the rule - a rarity along Lake Erie at this time of year.
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-FOX19 Weather NOW Meteorologist Catherine Bodak
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