A Dense Fog Advisory is in effect through 9 AM. Visibility may drop below a quarter mile in many locations in central and southeastern Iowa this morning. Clouds will linger with some areas of drizzle possible through the morning. We will see some partial clearing through mid-day with some sun breaking out during the afternoon. A warm front has lifted through the state and will bring significantly warmer temperatures in the upper 80s this afternoon. Skies will remain partly cloudy overnight with lows dropping to 70 degrees. We will continue to have sunny and hot weather through the end of the week. By Friday, the first day of Fall, temperatures will reach the low 90s! Next chance of rain holds off until Monday. The hurricanes in the Atlantic will slow the movement of that next weather system, keeping it at bay over Nebraska and the Dakotas through the weekend before it is able to move east into our state early next week. That means it will be a hot and sunny weekend in Central Iowa.