West Seattle weekend weather scenes, and the newest forecast

December 30, 2012 at 10:56 pm | In West Seattle news, West Seattle weather | Comments Off

(Photo by Robert Kristofer Lanier, shared via the WSB Facebook page)
Tonight’s fog is expected to linger into the morning – but the newest forecast says that once it clears, it shouldn’t be back until after midnight tomorrow night; here’s hoping it holds off until the Space Needle’s fireworks show is over (12:07 am or so)! While tomorrow afternoon is projected as cloudy, the National Weather Service also thinks we might see sunshine again on New Year’s Day:

(Photo by Anne Higuera from Ventana Construction [WSB sponsor])
That’s how Lincoln Park’s north shore looked this afternoon. Thanks to Robert and Anne for sharing the photos!

ADDED MONDAY MORNING: A view of the early-morning fog in The Junction, from John Kieltyka:

Also just spotted a Sunday afternoon skyline-with-fog view in the WSB Flickr group – see it here.

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