Wet Wednesday around region as more rain moves in

- Tuesday was rainy and Wednesday will be too, but there’s also fog added to the mix.

A dense fog advisory earlier in the morning has now expired, but visibility still isn’t great.

FOX 29’s Sue Serio reports the rain is part of a very long line of storms reaching all the way down to the Gulf Coast.

Down there, authorities in northern Alabama say three people were killed as possible tornadoes moved through overnight. Also, an official in Tennessee says two people have been killed and at least nine others injured in severe weather that hit the state.

Wednesday morning, the heaviest around here was offshore, but most of the rain and possible thunderstorms are heading towards us from the southwest to the northeast.

They’ll be with us throughout the day and night. The high temperature is expected to be 65.

Thursday will be dry and windy weather will make sure of that. The high is only expected to be 56.

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