SEATTLE — A Freeze Warning for several counties in south Puget Sound has ended as temperatures begin to warm up. 

Lowland regions of Thurston, Lewis, east Grays Harbor and southwest Mason counties experienced temperatures at or below 30 degrees Thursday morning, according to the National Weather Service. 

A Freezing Fog Advisory was canceled due to dry conditions. 

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Areas around Seattle and north saw temperatures in the low to mid 30s. 

Thursday will eventually warm up more than Wednesday.  

Several record lows were set or tied Wednesday. Olympia saw a record low of 26 degrees set back in 1985. Bellingham hit 31 degrees, tying the record set in 2008. Seattle dropped down to 37 degrees, beating the old record of 41 set in 2013. 

Low temperatures will increase slightly as we get into the weekend. Thursday should have with highs in the upper 50s on Thursday and mid 60s by Friday. 

Mountain areas like Stevens Pass, Paradise and Snoqualmie Pass will see temperatures in the mid-20s Thursday morning. 

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