Nov 26, 2014 8:53 AM by Cort Klopping
Very mild conditions are ahead for your Wednesday forecast. Sunny skies, above average temperatures, and light wind is expected. Temperatures are starting out in the high 30's to low 40's for the valley, mid to high 20's in the Northern Sierra, and high 30's in the Northern Mountains. Afternoon high temperatures will climb into the mid to high 60's for the valley, and into the mid 50's to mid 60's in the mountains.
Cloudy skies will return to the region for Thanksgiving, and showers will follow on Friday. The wet weather will continue into the beginning of next week, with the strongest precipitation expected to be on Sunday night. Snow levels will dip into the 4500 foot range over the weekend. Light snow accumulation may occur down to 4500-5000 ft
and 5-10 inches of snow may accumulate above 6000 ft with 12-36
inches above 7000 ft. The higher end amounts would likely occur
over Lassen Park and into western Plumas county according to the US National Weather Service Sacramento California.
I hope everyone stays safe while they're traveling over the next few days, and has a wonderful Wednesday!