Updated Tuesday 4:15 a.m.
It’s a foggy start to the day – and it’s quite thick in some places. So, a DENSE FOG ADVISORY is in effect for most of Puget Sound until Noon today. Visibility is less than a quarter of a mile – so be careful on the drive into work and school. We’ll clear up this afternoon as highs reach the low to mid 50s. Clouds increase late tonight, making way for lows in the upper 30s and low 40s.
Showers return tomorrow – but it won’t be a soaker on a busy travel day. Look for wet weather at times with highs near 50. You’ll run into a mix of rain and snow across the passes, but pass travel won’t be impacted that much. Snow levels will hover between 3-5,000’.
Another system moves in on Thanksgiving Day – giving way to more wet weather and highs near 50. Friday is looking the wettest – and windy, too with temperatures falling into the upper 40s. We’ll likely see a few inches of snow across the Cascades with that system. It’s still looking wet at times in Pullman for the Apple Cup with kickoff temps. nearing 40.
We’ll slowly clear things up a bit on Saturday and Sunday.
Today's Record Temperatures