Oct 22, 2015 10:23 PM by Kris Kuyper
It was another nice fall day around the North State today, and we won't see much change tomorrow. A couple of weak storms in the Pacific will change our weather this weekend and next week, however!
We had another cool morning with a warm afternoon around the North State today, and we'll do it again tomorrow. A storm is approaching us from the Pacific, and will spread a few high clouds over us tomorrow afternoon and Saturday, but shouldn't change our temperatures much.
This weak storm moves into the far northern part of the state Sunday, spreading clouds over us and a few showers in the Siskiyous near the Oregon border. These showers will linger into Monday, but shouldn't be much... even up there. There's a slight chance of a shower Sunday night around Redding from this system, but that's as far south as the rain chances will go.
Tuesday we'll be in-between weak storms, but there should be plenty of high cloud cover over us. Temperatures will still be mild.
The bigger storm will arrive Wednesday, although models have backed off considerably on it's strength. It still should deliver us a few showers, but less than 1/10" of rain in the Valley... so not too much. The remnants of Hurricane Olaf remain the wild card, because if that gets entrained in the system, that would boost rain totals quiet a bit. Right now, that's not looking likely, but we'll continue to monitor that possibility.
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