PUGET SOUND FORECAST
More clouds and fog on the way tonight, but it shouldn't be as widespread. Expect lows between the low to mid 50s, with northeast winds at 2 to 10 mph. Sunshine takes over earlier Friday with highs bouncing back to the low and mid 70s.
Tonight, we'll repeat the trend of clouds and fog developing. This time around, we'll see it arrive later and not quite be as widespread.
High pressure continues to rebuild over the next few days for sunshine and highs rebounding to the low to mid 70s for most places. This might even last into Monday afternoon.
Offshore winds will once again push smoke from the Cascade wildfires back into western Washington. This will give us hazy afternoons with many places dropping to moderate air quality for Friday and the weekend.
By late Monday, a very weak weather disturbance will move over our high pressure allowing a weak cold front to brush by Monday night into Tuesday for a few more clouds and a very slight chance of a showers. High pressure will rebuild by late Tuesday for a return to patchy morning fog and more sunshine with temperatures slightly above normal.
Still no sign of any significant rainfall headed our way in the next 10 to 14 days.