Keep an eye out for the Geminid Meteor Shower overnight tonight and tomorrow. If our skies remain clear, we could be in for 120+ meteors per hour.

The forecast for this evening will call for fog to form, especially along the lower elevation areas, and becoming pretty dense by morning. With the drop in temperatures tonight, we could get morning frost and some slippery spots. Be careful tomorrow morning and remember to bundle up. We'll start Wednesday morning with temperatures in the 20s and 30s overall. We'll get back to sunny skies in the afternoon with highs rebounding into the upper 40s.

This pattern is sticking with us through Thursday, after that we finally see a shift in the pattern that could relieve us of this Air Stagnation Advisory for this weekend. The pattern shift begins late Thursday night when a small system clips the region. We should flirt with spotty showers on Friday, Saturday and Sunday with highs near 50.

Next week we could see a new system arriving around Tuesday, that could be colder and a little wetter.


Puget Sound Forecast: Fog forming late tonight, lasting through tomorrow morning. Frosty start on Wednesday. Temperatures climbing into the upper 40s with sunshine in the afternoon.

Mountain Forecast: Clear tonight. Mostly sunny & nice Wednesday. Snow level at 8500ft.

Coast Forecast: Morning dense fog. Clearing to mostly sunny skies. Winds 5-15mph offshore. Highs in the lower 50s.

Eastern Washington Forecast: Stubborn low clouds. Cold. Temperatures only in the 30s.

Jordan Steele / KING 5 Meteorologist