Expect more cold, foggy weather throughout Washington
Friday, January 18, 2013
Forecasters say cold, dry weather with areas of freezing fog will continue into the middle of next week in Washington.
The National Weather Service says a frontal system could arrive Tuesday night or Wednesday, returning rain to Western Washington and creating a chance of snow in Eastern Washington.
A strong high-pressure system over the Northwest is expected to last through the weekend, extending the stagnant air advisory through Sunday at 6 p.m. and potentially causing breathing problems for vulnerable people.
Friday's forecast for the Vancouver area calls for patchy freezing fog before 10 a.m., sun and a high near 42 degrees.