Last night forecasters issued a Status Orange weather warning - valid until just after midnight.
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With clear skies at night, it is going to be cold for much of England and Wales and with the temperatures dropping the fog will descend - thick fog by the end of the night.
It will be mainly dry tomorrow, Tuesday, but it is expected to be tiresome to start. For now, we will forecast mostly cloudy weather Saturday and Sunday with some risk of rain both days; temperatures will be a big forecast challenge with a well-defined front hanging around north Alabama. The advisory will remain in effect until 10 a.m. Winds will be mainly light to moderate south to south-west in direction. Temperatures are expected of between 10º and 12º.
Thomas Fire now third-most destructive in state history
This week, while a fire northwest of Los Angeles still raged after destroying more than 700 homes, the U.S. For Thomas Fire updates, visit Santa Barbara County's website and Ventura County's emergency page .
We should also mention that a few strong to severe storms are possible Wednesday as the air will be relatively unstable; the Storm Prediction Center has a marginal risk of severe storms defined for the I-20 corridor.
He added that more rain will be making its way through the country on Wednesday.
Ohio Health Department Raises Flu Activity Level To 'Widespread'
Health officials say an annual flu vaccine for everyone six months and older is the best prevention against the getting the flu. The health district likely won't hear about someone missing work or school for a week because of the flu virus, Patterson said.
Early indications suggest that conditions will remain mild up until Christmas Eve, when temperatures are now looking like they will fall to give way to a cold and frosty Christmas Day.