The recent high doses of vitamin D should continue, at least partially, through the weekend and into early next week. The National Weather Service says we can expect patchy fog every day through Monday, with clearings in the afternoons. The temperatures will stay cold enough to keep you scraping your windshields, with highs lingering in the high 30s through Saturday. It will warm up slightly on Sunday and Monday, with highs in the mid-40s, and a chance of rain returning on Tuesday night.
University of Washington meteorologist Cliff Mass says we’re experiencing a big high pressure system that looks more like a summer pattern than a mid-winter pattern. Click here for his recent blog post about some interesting satellite imagery of “ship tracks” over the Pacific.