Cold Monday Night, Warming Trend Ahead

We're done with the wet weather for a while, but plan on a little wind and chilly mornings as last week's storm exits.

Posted: Jan 21, 2019 4:39 PM
Updated: Jan 22, 2019 6:40 AM

The low pressure storm system has mostly cleared out of the North State and upper-level high pressure is now building across the region, bringing with it dry and warmer weather.

One little bit of active weather we can expect as the pressure gradient tightens with yesterday's departing storm and upper high is a bit of north wind overnight, with a few gusts at 15-20 mph.

The good news? We'll see less fog tonight and into Tuesday morning.

Winds will calm down by Tuesday night or Wednesday morning so mid-week, plan on some reduced visiblity out there on the roads for your morning commute.

We have an amplified ridge across the eastern Pacific which gives us mostly clear skies and maybe some early morning fog most mornings.

It also means warmer than normal high temperatures each day but cool mornings.

Forecast highs for the valley each day will be in the 60s, with the upper 40s and low 50s being seen at higher elevations.

Article Comments

Chico
Clear
64° wxIcon
Hi: 75° Lo: 51°
Feels Like: 64°
Oroville
Clear
64° wxIcon
Hi: 76° Lo: 51°
Feels Like: 64°
Paradise
Clear
64° wxIcon
Hi: 69° Lo: 53°
Feels Like: 64°
Chester
Clear
43° wxIcon
Hi: 62° Lo: 40°
Feels Like: 43°
Red Bluff
Clear
65° wxIcon
Hi: 76° Lo: 53°
Feels Like: 65°
Willows
Clear
64° wxIcon
Hi: 78° Lo: 52°
Feels Like: 64°
Back in the 80s on Monday with sunshine lasting all week next week. Windy and dry conditions Wednesday and Thursday will lead to elevated fire weather concerns.
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