SEATTLE — Our ridge of high pressure continue to dominate, keeping us mainly sunny with mostly clear nights, today through Wednesday.
We’re starting out with foggy areas this morning and with temps below freezing, especially in the South Sound, freezing fog is a concern — watch out for slick roadways & overpasses. Because of the stagnant air, air quality is degrading and there are burn bans in King, Snohomish, Pierce & Thurston Counties.
Thanksgiving looks mostly cloudy with a slight chance of an afternoon shower. Friday could also feature a shower for the Apple Cup at Husky Stadium. Rain looks more likely over the weekend, especially on Sunday.
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