Nov 11, 2015 10:24 AM by Cort Klopping
Widespread frost, and patchy fog are ahead for your Wednesday morning. This is the coldest start to a morning for most cities this year. Valley areas are mostly starting out in the low to mid 30's. The Northern Mountains are starting out in the mid to high 30's, and the Sierra/Cascades are starting out in the high teens to mid 20's. Afternoon high temperatures are projected to climb into the high 50's to low 60's in the valley, and into the mid 40's to low 50's in the mountains. Clouds are expected to increase throughout the day. The northern end of the valley will be partly cloudy this afternoon, while the mid valley will stay mostly sunny. Mountain areas will be partly to mostly cloudy this afternoon, and the Northern Mountains will have a slight chance for showers. If showers do develop in the Northern Mountains then snow could fall as low as 6000 feet. Winds will be up to around 10mph out of the North.
Low temperatures become much more manageable over the next few days, as valley locations will only fall into the low to mid 40's. Temperatures will also be slightly warmer for the end of the week, with mid to high 60's projected in the valley. Not much change is ahead through Saturday. The next round of widespread showers will arrive in the north state overnight Saturday into Sunday. Temperatures will dip back into the high 50's for the valley. There will be a lingering chance for showers on Monday, before the next wet system arrives on Tuesday. I hope everyone stays warm in the colder conditions this morning, stays safe on the frosty and foggy roadways, and has a wonderful Wednesday. Happy Veterans Day!
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