The area of light rain across south central and southeast Oklahoma has diminished to a few sprinkles this evening, mainly east of a Seminole to Ardmore line. Any rainfall amounts this evening generally will not be enough to measure, although isolated locations may receive a couple of hundredths of an inch of rain. The upper level storm system responsible for the precipitation is located near Tyler in northeast Texas, and will continue to move east away from the area this evening further diminishing any remaining precipitation through the evening. Clear skies will persist across most of northern and western Oklahoma and western North Texas this evening with gradual clearing across central and south central Oklahoma through the evening. The 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.