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Warm, foggy forecast for first week of December

Clearwater Beach looked more like a New England beach Sunday afternoon when the fog rolled in.


Clearwater Beach looked more like a New England beach Sunday afternoon when the fog rolled in.

The first week of December will be marked by foggy mornings and cloudy days, but temperatures should stay high throughout Tampa Bay.

Patchy fog was present in some areas Monday morning, but wasn't thick enough to severely threaten commuters, Bay News 9 meteorologist Josh Linker said.

"It's not terribly dense, but most areas have some," Linker said.

That pattern of foggy mornings could continue for several days, Linker said. A disturbance to the north could mean partly cloudy days and nights.

Temperatures will remain in the high 70s, and Thursday's daytime high will top out at 81. Nights will mostly dip into the mid-60s. Monday's overnight low of 60 will mark the coolest temperature of the week.

For some perspective, here's a list of weekly highs and lows from around the country:

Phoenix: High 73 degrees, low 38 degrees

New York: High 54 degrees, low 38 degrees

Green Bay, Wis.: High 37 degrees, low 7 degrees

Los Angeles: High 77 degrees, low 51 degrees

Boulder, Colo.: High 61 degrees, low -3 degrees

Warm, foggy forecast for first week of December 12/02/13 [Last modified: Monday, December 2, 2013 8:48am]
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