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A welcome warming trend ahead for Northern California

We're getting warmer and staying dry through your weekend, but showers return in your extended forecast.

Posted: Mar 14, 2019 6:37 AM

Dry and warmer weather is ahead for Northern California! We're starting out chilly across our region this morning. You may want to grab a jacket on your way out the door early today, but you won't be needing any extra layers this afternoon. Valley areas have dipped into the 30's to low 40's overnight, and mountain areas are starting out in the teens to 20's this morning. Skies are sunny to mostly sunny for the start of your Thursday, but partly cloudy skies will return for your afternoon. Winds will stay out of the North to around 15mph this morning, but should become lighter through the day. High temperatures are projected to end up in the mid to high 60's in the valley this afternoon, and in the high 40's to low 60's in the mountains later today.

Clouds will clear out of our region on Friday and sunny skies will return for your Friday afternoon. Temperatures will end up in the high 60's to low 70's in the valley, and in the 50's to low 60's in the mountains on Friday afternoon. The warming trend will continue into the weekend. High temperatures will end up in the low to mid 70's in the valley on Saturday and in the mid 70's on Sunday and Monday. Skies will be sunny to mostly sunny through the weekend. All around, it looks like a great weekend to get outside.

We're staying warm and dry for the start of next week, but changes are ahead for the middle of next week. Clouds will return to the region on Tuesday, and high temperatures will fall back into the mid to high 60s in the valley. The chance for showers will be returning on Wednesday, and high temperatures will dip into the low 60's for valley areas. Showers are currently projected to continue into Thursday of next week, but dry weather will likely return by next Friday.

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San Bernardino936711129
Riverside873831437
San Diego82043997
Orange785531577
Kern41827448
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Sacramento37415576
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Kings1127087
Solano1064881
Marin7777129
Placer662270
Madera629085
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Lassen17933
Tehama171025
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Nevada13119
Tuolumne10358
Glenn9518
Lake92719
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Colusa7236
Siskiyou6242
Amador59016
Mono5483
Calaveras47822
Del Norte3391
Inyo29016
Plumas2150
Trinity1590
Modoc1430
Mariposa1392
Alpine500
Sierra190
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Oroville
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December began on a beautiful note for northern California with plentiful sunshine, seasonably cool lows and warmer than average highs. Much of wednesday will be similar to today, but clouds will stream into our sky late in the day.
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