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Dry today, but shower will return for your weekend

One last dry day before showers return for your weekend.

Posted: Dec 13, 2018 6:40 AM

Pleasant weather continues for your Thursday, but active weather will be returning for the end of your work week. Looks like today will be the best day to get out and run errands over the next several days. Mostly clear skies, and chilly temperatures are on tap for the start of your Thursday. 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. Winds are mostly light and out of the East this morning, and are expected to stay on the lighter side today. Skies will stay sunny to mostly sunny through this evening. Temperatures are projected to climb into the low to mid 60's in the valley this afternoon, and into the 40's to 50's in the mountains.

We'll be staying dry through Friday morning, but showers will be returning to Northern California during the day tomorrow. The latest models have showers returning to the Northern Mountains in the morning, and then spreading across the reminder of Northern California in the afternoon. Rain amounts do not look all that impressive, and snow levels will stay above 7000'. Temperatures will end up several degrees cooler from Friday through your weekend. Winds will become gusty out of the South on Friday evening. Gusts up to 50mph will be possible in portions of the Sierra. Valley areas are projected to top out in the mid 50's over the next several days. Showers will linger into Saturday, but we should get a lull in the wet weather on Saturday evening. The next round of rain and snow will return on Sunday, and is expected to be more substantial than the Friday system. Looks like snow impacts could be expected down to around 5000' and up to an inch of rain will be possible in the valley. Showers will persist into Monday, but should mostly taper off by Monday night. Another wet system will be ahead towards the end of next week.

California Coronavirus Cases

Data is updated nightly.

Confirmed Cases: 310885

Reported Deaths: 6955
CountyConfirmedDeaths
Los Angeles1274393744
Riverside24765537
Orange22650412
San Diego18863420
San Bernardino18275304
Imperial7759132
Fresno762787
Alameda7485147
San Joaquin627968
Kern619597
Santa Clara5863166
Tulare5678152
Sacramento515279
Contra Costa446088
Stanislaus436450
San Francisco431650
Ventura409353
Santa Barbara386829
San Mateo3846112
Marin336430
Kings285539
Monterey241918
Solano207528
Merced179312
Sonoma156114
Placer102111
San Luis Obispo9054
Madera8578
Yolo83928
Santa Cruz5373
Napa4774
Butte3384
Sutter3374
San Benito3112
El Dorado3070
Lassen2610
Shasta1766
Humboldt1654
Glenn1640
Nevada1631
Yuba1633
Lake1081
Mendocino1070
Colusa1030
Tehama981
Calaveras670
Tuolumne640
Del Norte600
Mono491
Siskiyou410
Amador360
Inyo341
Mariposa311
Plumas170
Alpine20
Trinity20
Sierra10
Unassigned00
Chico
Clear
100° wxIcon
Hi: 103° Lo: 68°
Feels Like: 100°
Oroville
Clear
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Hi: 104° Lo: 69°
Feels Like: 105°
Paradise
Clear
100° wxIcon
Hi: 96° Lo: 69°
Feels Like: 100°
Chester
Clear
91° wxIcon
Hi: 84° Lo: 53°
Feels Like: 91°
Red Bluff
Clear
102° wxIcon
Hi: 104° Lo: 68°
Feels Like: 102°
Willows
Clear
100° wxIcon
Hi: 106° Lo: 64°
Feels Like: 100°
A hot week will transform into an even hotter weekend over northern California as high pressure stays in control of our weather. No rain is in the forecast, but it will cool a bit by late next week.
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