Drying out for final days of November

Some showers stick around into the early hours of Monday, but we will dry out towards midday and should get a little sunshine for the afternoon.

Posted: Nov 26, 2017 6:49 PM

Wet and windy conditions for our last Sunday of November. The Valley saw the heaviest rain during the morning, then turned to more scattered showers for the afternoon. Mountains and Foothills picked up some of the highest totals across the region, between 1.00" for Paradise and the Ridge. We'll see another wave of moisture move in closer to 10-11pm Sunday. The next wave will carry some cooler air with it, then we'll see some of the rain transition into snow in the higher elevations.

Some showers stick around into our Monday, but we will start to dry out towards midday and should get some sunshine for the afternoon. Temps for Monday still a bit cool, but warmer conditions return for the final days of November. A lot more sunshine for the Tuesday-Thursday forecast and temperatures get a nice boost. Highs will push back into the mid 60s for the Valley, Mountains/Foothills will return to the 50s. Dry and warm to end November, but another weaker system looks like it will move in for the first days of December.

Friday should still see some sunshine with mild temps, but we'll cool down for the weekend as the little storm system comes through. Moisture looks light with this one, and we'll see more scattered showers rather than widespread rain.

If you haven't gotten your Christmas decorations up on the roof just yet, the midweek forecast looks like the best time to get that done!

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Cool today with clouds clearing out. This weekend will be sunny with some record breaking heat in the North Valley. High in the mid-60s next week with high fire danger.
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