It’s turning into a very foggy morning for the interior lowlands west of the Cascades. Use caution on your morning commutes, as visibility has dropped below a quarter mile for many locations. A gradual clearing is anticipated this afternoon, and high temperatures should make it into the low to mid 60s. Some cities will be cooler than others if fog and low clouds hang around longer. Expect clouds to build back in as we head into early Friday morning as a cold front approaches.
Showery weather is in the forecast for the first half of Friday. The farther south and east you are located, the less rainfall you will see. Clouds will break up as we head into the back half of Friday, but high temperatures will be about 3-5 degrees cooler than today.
It looks like we have a dry holiday weekend ahead with high temperatures ranging between the upper 50s and mid 60s. Our next chance for showers will arrive around Tuesday and Wednesday.
Have a great Thursday!