An area of light rain will continue to gradually shift east across south central and southeast this afternoon. Additional rainfall amounts will average from a few hundredths of an inch. All this activity is associated with a large upper level storm system located over northeast Texas late this afternoon. As this storm system continues to move east through this evening…the rain will gradually end with clearing skies. Clearing skies, along with a wet ground and light winds will result in the formation of some patchy fog across portions of southern Oklahoma and western North Texas tonight. Areas most likely to see fog will be along and south of a line from Seymour and Wichita Falls, Texas to Walters, Pauls Valley and Holdenville, Oklahoma line.