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Foggy conditions continue on Mercer Island

Fog hangs over Mercer Island and Lake Washington in late January. - Kim Walker Stanberry/Contributed photo
Fog hangs over Mercer Island and Lake Washington in late January.
— image credit: Kim Walker Stanberry/Contributed photo

Foggy conditions have gripped Mercer Island and most of Western Washington for almost a week and are expected to continue.

Low clouds, fog and poor visibility were expected to continue Monday, Jan. 21 until around noon when the temperature was expected to begin to warm to the mid-30s.

The fog, which has covered the area since late last week, is expected to dissipate by  Wednesday when rain moves in.

Until further notice, there is a stage 1 burn ban for King County.

If you have photos of the fog to share, please send them to editor@mi-reporter.com.

Photos by Kim Walker Stanberry.

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