Feb 1, 2015 7:36 PM by Meteorologist Jason Atcho
Scattered showers will start to move in tonight for the mountains and northern end of the valley. Lows for the valley will be in the lower to middle 40s with the mountains falling into the 30s and 40s.
By Monday, most of the North State will see a chance for a shower under mostly cloudy skies. The best chances will be in the northern valley and the mountains. Highs in the valley will be in the middle 60s with the mountains reaching highs in the 50s. The shower activity will linger into Tuesday for the northern valley and the mountains.
Skies will clear up briefly on Wednesday before a more potent storm invades the North State. It'll approach late Thursday but the bulk of the moisture will arrive later on Friday. Valley highs will reach around 60 degrees. This looks to be the wettest storm of the year so far.
Saturday will have a few showers and be less wet, but round 2 looks like it'll make its way into the North State by Sunday. Computer models aren't in agreement with timing and intensity for the Sunday as they are for the Friday storm, but it looks like it could be just as strong. However, snow levels seem to be pretty high with these storms.
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