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Somewhere out there in the fog, if you could see it, is a dry week in Puget Sound region

Drivers commute through fog as they make their way over the Nalley Valley overpasses in Tacoma on Dec. 4, 2017.
Drivers commute through fog as they make their way over the Nalley Valley overpasses in Tacoma on Dec. 4, 2017. joshua.bessex@gateline.com

Until further notice, daylight doesn’t begin until 10 a.m.

“Widespread fog, mainly before 10 a.m.,” is the forecast the National Weather Service is using all week for Tacoma, Olympia and just about all of Puget Sound.

After 10 a.m. expect to see sun. Just don’t expect to feel it.

Monday’s high will be 43 degrees — and it’s going to stay cold all week. Lows will be around 33 degrees.

Some good news: The region will have a chance to dry out. No rain is in the forecast, the Weather Service said.

The weekend will see a warming trend with highs reaching 47 — but only after that morning fog burns off.

If you’re itching for an earlier sunrise, just head up to the mountains. Paradise in Mount Rainier National Park will be sunny all week and far above the fog.

Craig Sailor: 253-597-8541, @crsailor

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