Jun 4, 2015 10:59 AM by Cort Klopping
Very warm temperatures, cloudy skies, and the potential for active conditions are ahead for the north state in your Thursday forecast. Showers and thunderstorms arrived back in the region last night, and persisted into the early morning. More moisture is expected to track back into the north state from Nevada over the next few days, as the Low Pressure system impacting the region continues to slide down the coast into Southern California. Scattered showers will mainly impact the higher elevations through the weekend, but there will also be a chance for active weather across the valley during that time. The potential for thunderstorms will be best during the late afternoon, and will persist late into the evenings of the next several days.
Temperatures have only dipped into the high 50's to mid 60's overnight in the valley, and are projected to climb back into the mid to high 80's this afternoon. Mountain areas dropped into the mid 40's to low 50's, and will climb into the low 70's to low 80's this afternoon. Temperatures will continue to heat up over the next several days, and some parts of the northern end of the valley could hit triple digit heat.
I hope everyone is ready for the hot, and active weather, and has a great Thursday!
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