Dec 22, 2014 8:24 AM by Cort Klopping
Dense fog has developed across many parts of the north state overnight, but clearing skies, and warmer temperatures are ahead for your Monday. The thickest fog has developed in the mid valley, with slightly thinner clouds to the North. Temperatures are starting out quite warm this morning. Valley locations are in the low to mid 50's to start the day, and are projected to climb into the low to mid 60's this afternoon. The Northern Sierra has dipped into the low to mid 30's overnight, and the Northern Mountains have stayed in the high 40's to low 50's. High temperatures will climb into the 51 to 57 degree range in the mountains.
Sunny skies, and above average temperatures will continue on Tuesday. More clouds, the chance for showers, and cooler temperatures return for your Christmas Eve forecast on Wednesday. The best chance for showers will be in areas closer to the Oregon border. Higher peaks could get between 3 to 6 inches of snow on Christmas Eve through Christmas Morning. Snow levels will dip to around 4500 feet during that time frame.
Dry, and mild weather will be ahead from Christmas afternoon through your weekend forecast. I hope everyone stays safe driving in the dense fog this morning, and has a Marvelous Monday!
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