Nov 2, 2015 9:46 AM by Cort Klopping
Wet & cool conditions are ahead for your Monday forecast. Widespread showers returned to the region on Sunday, and have become more substantial overnight. A steady band of showers is slowly shifting South through the region this morning, and at 6am the most significant precipitation is from Butte County and down to the South. Showers will be more scattered in nature for most of the day, and snow levels will drop to around 5000 feet. There will also be a chance of thunderstorms ahead for your Monday afternoon and evening. Temperatures have dipped into the mid 50's overnight in the valley, and into the mid 30's to low 50's overnight in the mountains. High temperatures are only projected to be in the low to mid 60's in the valley, and in the mid 40's to mid 50's in the mountains this afternoon. Winds will be out of the North to 10mph in the northern zones of the state, and out of the South to 10mph in the mid valley and surrounding areas.
The potential for showers will taper off tonight, and skies will be sunny for Tuesday. Despite the clearing skies, temperatures will continue to be below average over the next several days. Sunny skies, and temperatures in the mid 60's will be ahead for the valley over the next few days. Temperatures will dip into the low to mid 40's in the valley over the next several mornings. Temperatures will then climb back into the mid 70's on Friday, and Saturday with dry conditions lasting from tomorrow to the upcoming weekend. I hope everyone stays safe in the wet weather ahead for today, and has a marvelous Monday!
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