Wednesday morning brought such a foggy morning into Downtown Seattle. Sigma Sreedharan had her camera rolling to capture the fog rolling in just after dawn.
Gorgeous video, Sigma!
Updated Wednesday 4:55 p.m.
October is here -- time for clouds, storms, blowing leaves, right?
Well, not yet. We're actually in a bit of a tranquil pattern to kick off the official start to the rainy season. Not a whole lot of sunshine, mind you, but not much in the rain buckets either.
Instead, we'll call it partly to mostly cloudy, starting tonight, although we'll see some patchy fog toward dawn. Lows will be in the upper 40s to low 50s.
Both Thursday and Friday will be dry with areas of morning fog giving way to partial sunshine with highs in the upper 60s to near 70.
Saturday is a bit of a close call with a weak system heading into southern British Columbia ("Canada: We know how to start October weather right"). Forecast models have been changing their minds a bit on how far south the showers will sneak but latest consensus is that light showers should be limited to areas north of Everett, with just kind of a mundane mostly cloudy day for the rest of us as we get the debris clouds with highs in the upper 60s.
We should all be dry Sunday with a better shot of sunshine after the fog. High again will be near 70.
Looks like dry weather holds into early next week and then a chance of light rain creeps into the forecast for the middle of next week, but certainly so far, "Rainy Season" is not exactly living up to its moniker :)
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