Feb 26, 2015 9:13 PM by Kris Kuyper
Thursday was a warm and breezy day around the North State. Look for cooler and unsettled weather to move in over the next couple of days!
A somewhat dry but cold storm will drop into the North State overnight, bringing us a chance of showers through Saturday. Unfortunately, this storm just doesn't have a lot of moisture with it, so rain totals will be light (some areas might not see anything at all!) But it is one of the chillier storms we've seen so far this winter. Look for snow levels to start around 5000' on Friday, but as cold air continues to work into the North State, those snow levels will drop to near 3500' by Saturday morning. That will also make it a bit unstable; both Friday afternoon and Saturday afternoon could see a thunderstorm develop in the Valley.
This storm should be done by Sunday, and we'll see a lot of sun then. Another storm will drop southward to us on Monday, but it looks even weaker... any wet weather should stay in the Siskiyous. The rest of next week looks sunny, although with surface high pressure building into the Pacific Northwest on Tuesday, that will kick up a gusty north wind in the Valley yet again.
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