SEATTLE -- Clear skies overnight have delivered another very cold morning with lows in the 20s for some and abundant frost on car windshields, walkways and perhaps some overpasses. This afternoon will be sunny again, with highs a little warmer, mid-to-upper 40s.
The weekend looks beautiful -- sunny with highs around 50 and overnight lows around freezing. We stay sunny and dry through Thanksgiving and probably beyond. Temps will be near normal -- topping out in the upper 40s (normal is 49 for Seattle now), and lows in the 30s.
Air quality is moderate with this stagnant air and could degrade in the next few days. In fact, there is an Air Stagnation Advisory in all of Eastern Washington until Monday.
Viewer photos of the day . . .
An ice spike that formed on a rain gauge. An ice spike or inverted icicle, which can form in a birdbath or bowl of water as it freezes. From Kathy in Graham.