Instead, this photo by Larry Rogers in Cle Elum depicts a "fog bow."
Updated Thursday 5:30 a.m.
Good day, sunshine! It will be another day in paradise for our Thursday afternoon, but before we get to the sun and the 70s, we'll have to scour our way through a lot of thick early fog. Much like yesterday, the marine layer made an impressive rush in from the ocean beaches around sunrise, surrounding the Olympics and coming into the commute corridor for the early drive. But also like yesterday, we'll push the fog away by mid-day, and once we do, get ready for a warm-up! Highs will soar into the upper 70s for Bellevue, Bremerton and Bainbridge Island.
Tomorrow looks even warmer, with highs on either side of 80 degrees once we clear the fog on Friday.
Stronger onshore flow and a weakening area of high pressure will allow for a few more high clouds this weekend, and we'll drop into the middle 70s for the final weekend of May--perfect conditions to take in the Edmonds Waterfront Festival or the Kent International Festival.
Rainy days and Mondays often go together, and when they do, it makes it easier to head back indoors to work and school. A little disturbance spinning in next week should bring a few showers for the first of June, and highs will drop back into the 60s by early next week.
Have a wonderful Thursday, and enjoy the blue skies!
Meteorologist Shannon O'Donnell
The KOMO4 Forecast Team