By David Hotle, The JOURNAL
While the weather for the next few days will be warmer than it has been throughout the area, that warm weather is likely to bring possibly dense fog to the area as early as tonight.
According to the National Weather Service office in the Quad Cities, a hazardous weather outlook has been issued for the area including Washington County. Areas of fog, possibly dense, can be expected tonight as mild air spreads through the region.
Fog will continue to be a threat through Thursday afternoon. Next week there is a chance of rain and snow Monday through Tuesday. it is too early to tell if any accumulation can be expected.