Burn Ban

Dan Pickard

If you got caught in the fog on Thursday, you were not alone. KPLU weather expert Cliff Mass says he, too, got a bit lost in the muck on his way to the airport. 

Good News: No Burn Ban

The fog that lingered near Tacoma and Lynnwood will melt away soon, says Mass, who teaches atmospheric sciences at the University of Washington.

And there's a 50 percent chance of rain in the forecast, which is probably why there is no burn ban at the moment.

"There's a weak front approaching," said Mass, adding the front will cause the fog to dissipate.