Fog lifting today. Rain overnight and through Tuesday building to rain Wednesday

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Happy Monday!

This should be our final day of fog for a while as the pattern changes to showers and rain for most of the week.

The fog should lift this afternoon and showers should begin between 4-7PM this eveing.

The UWash model has a break in the showers in the 10AM-1PM period on Tuesday.

And then it tapers off overnight Tuesday before starting up again on Wednesday morning with heavy rain expected Wednesday afternoon.

Temperatures during all of this should stay mild.  Tofino is currently outside the inversion and sitting at 13ºC while Port Alberni is around 3ºC.

We should see the two locations even out considerably in the next day with temperatures around 7-10ºC.

Have a great week!

 

 

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