While the weather pattern will be free of storms around Seattle on Saturday, clouds and fog will remain stubborn.
The fog will cause some travel difficulties, including the chance of some flight delays. The persistent stagnant air may also cause difficulties for folks with respiratory problems.
The fog will be most dense and extensive during the late-night and morning hours but can stick around into the afternoon in some locations.
The duration of fog and low clouds will hold temperatures back during the day.
Highs will generally be in the mid 50s on Saturday. However, where the fog can burn off sooner, temperatures can reach almost 60 degrees. Lows Saturday night will be in the 40s.
However, with the fog in place, high temperatures have been around normal for this time of the year. Normal highs are around 57.
Remnants of thunderstorms on the High Plains from Wednesday will re-fire farther east over the Mississippi Valley Thursday into Thursday night.
Building code changes in the wake of Hurricane Sandy are raising rebuilding costs for homeowners and other property owners while still attempting to mitigate future damages.
A cold storm will bring rain and snow to California Friday and Saturday, but heat returns again next week.
Following a cooldown at midweek for Cleveland, temperatures will remain below normal through the weekend.
A dangerous multiple-day severe weather outbreak will begin this weekend over the South Central states and will include the potential for nighttime tornadoes in parts of Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas and Nebraska.
Newton, NJ (1874)
15" of snow (Sussex County).
New York City, NY (1875)
3" of snow -- latest snowfall of more than one inch in U.S. Weather Bureau history.
Volcano Springs, CA (1898)
118 degrees -- highest in U.S. in April.