A dense fog advisory was in effect for the Puget Sound region Monday.
Shortly before 9 a.m., Sea-Tac Airport said it was temporarily suspending take offs and landings due to fog, which caused runway visual range to fall below 500 feet.
As of 10:45 a.m., the airport said flights had resumed but the airport was still under a fog advisory and travelers should check the status of their flights.
Flight status can be monitored at this link.
Monday morning, there is a temperature inversion layer over the area with cold, dense and foggy air trapped at the surface.
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The advisory is in effect for King, Lewis, Snohomish and Thurston counties until 11 a.m.
Visibility is a quarter-mile or less.
The dense fog will result in poor driving conditions for the entire morning commute.
Though the advisory ends at 11 a.m., KIRO 7 PinPoint Meteorologist Nick Allard says it will likely still be foggy at lunchtime.
Seattle is in the mid-40s but Paradise Visitor Center is in the low-50s. The fog will lift, but it will take a while into the afternoon before we see the sun move in.
Tuesday, we shouldn't see as much fog because a system offshore will move closer and keep the atmosphere a bit more mixed. We'll see dry weather to start but by tomorrow evening around 7 p.m., we'll have some showers push through. Highs will be around 60.
On Wednesday, we'll see a shower or two early, then a partly sunny and dry afternoon. Thursday looks rainy and breezy and then on Friday we'll just have a shower or two. Saturday look for increasing showers for the evening hours and then rain on Sunday.
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