The foggy mornings of the last few days should mostly dissipate through the weekend, according to Ken Clark, a meteorologist with AccuWeather.com, a private weather forecasting service.
Instead of fog, Lodi will see chilly nights and scattered showers. A cold front from the Pacific Northwest is expected to move in this afternoon and evening.
"(Cold fronts) don't contain a lot of moisture coming over the land like they do coming over the water," said Clark. In the foothills, that means about three to five inches of expected snow as low as 2,500 feet. Temperatures should reach a high in the mid-50s, and drop to the low 30s at night.
Rain is expected to move to the south on Friday, and temperatures will stay very cool in the low 50s. Nighttime temperatures will hover between 28 and 30 degrees.
On Saturday and into early next week, daytime weather should remain sunny and cool, with cold nights.