Morning fog and low clouds in the South Sound the past several mornings should start to clear up Wednesday, according to the National Weather Service.
The cloudy, foggy, cool marine air that has been blowing onshore for the past three nights should decrease Wednesday, meteorologist Jay Neher said. Such early morning weather is common year-round in the region, according to the agency. As the marine air stops pushing the fog and clouds toward land, temperatures should increase slightly.
“The longer it lasts, the lower the high temperatures are that afternoon,” Neher said. “That’s why on Sunday, the highs probably only got into the 70s.”
Joint Base Lewis-McChord measured a high of 75 Sunday, and forecasts that temperatures will reach 80 Wednesday and 82 Thursday. Temperatures should be back down in the mid-to-high 70s this email@example.com thenewstribune.com/crime-news