The tail end of the last system is moving through our region this morning bringing scattered rain showers and snow showers to areas, mainly on the west side of the Cascades. These showers will exit our region by mid-morning and we’ll see a drying trend this afternoon as high pressure moves into the area. High pressure after a storm system tends to be a good indication that fog will form in low lying areas, so again tonight we’ll see fog and through overnight hours and into the mornings through the end of the year we’ll see a chance for more fog. With cold overnight lows the chance for freezing fog exists, and freezing fog that touches the surface can create slick roadways so be sure to drive carefully!
Another cold front moves through tomorrow bringing rain to the coast as early as tomorrow morning and inland in the afternoon. Well see showers continue through the overnight and perhaps a few light showers early Saturday morning before the dry trend returns! High pressure builds back in Saturday and thus so does the chance for fog. We’ll be dry through the end of the year before another storm system moves in on the first of the year into Wednesday.
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Meteorologist Megan Parry