One last day of possible record setting high temperatures ahead before big changes return in your weekend forecast. Mostly clear skies over Northern California early this morning, but we are expecting some clouds to fill in through the day. Fog does not look like it will be a big factor this morning, and temperatures are in the same range as 24 hours ago. Valley areas are ranging from the mid 40's to low 50's this morning, and mountain areas are in the 20's to 30's. Skies will become partly cloudy, and winds will be up to 10mph out of the North. High temperatures are projected to be a few degrees cooler than yesterday, but we still have the potential for a high temperature record of two falling this afternoon. Valley areas will end up in the low to mid 70's this afternoon, and the mountains will range from the high 50's to mid 60's.
A wet and cooler system will pass through the Pacific Northwest late tonight through early tomorrow, and will result in a decent drop in temperatures for your weekend. Any showers produced from that system will stay to our North, but some clouds are likely to track across Northern California tomorrow. Winds will be picking up, and sustained winds will likely be up to 25mph out of the North on Saturday. Valley areas will be in the mid to high 60's this weekend. Winds will not be as strong on Sunday, but we will get a slight chance for showers in the Northern Mountains Sunday evening. Some showers may develop in the Northern Sierra on Monday, but will pass through very quickly. No showers are expected in the valley. Temperatures will be even cooler for the start of next week, with valley areas topping out in the low 60's on Monday. Temperatures will slowly rebound through the week, and the region is expected to stay mostly dry.