Areas of patchy fog will develop this morning and could be dense in some spots. Extra time could come in use this morning, otherwise it should burn off quickly as we expect mostly sunny skies today. It will also be starting off quite chilly compared to past morning. Dew could form on your windshield and even the possible frost, so you may need to warm your car up in advance. Otherwise, temperatures will be slightly warmer in the upper-60s and lower-70s by Friday afternoon. We will drop back into the 40s overnight due to the mostly clear skies. Hurricane Lee will continue to move up the East Coast, and locally we could be seeing increased clouds over the weekend. Fair skies are expected Saturday and Sunday. Breezy conditions could develop and gusts could exceed 20 mph. Temperatures will be in the mid-70s this weekend. Our next system will approach the Twin Tiers Sunday night, which could result in some showers Sunday night. The greater chance will be Monday with a few isolated thunderstorms. Temperatures will be in the lower-70s. Fair skies will follow with temperatures in the 70s through Thursday. It is looking dry after Monday with a few lingering showers possible into Tuesday.