Some thin clouds have returned to Northern California overnight, but temperatures are similar for the start of your Friday. Valley areas have actually flipped compared to earlier this week. This morning it's Butte County areas staying warmer in the mid 40's, while cities along I-5 have dipped into the mid to high 30's. Winds played a big role in that difference in temperatures. Mountain areas have dipped into the teens and 20's again this morning. Frost may be a factor on your way out the door, but no other travel impacts are expected from Mother Nature. Winds will mostly be up to 10mph out of the North today. High temperatures will top out in the mid to high 60's in the valley, and mountain areas are projected to climb into the high 40's to low 60's.
Low temperatures will stay very chilly through your extended forecast, and high temperatures will continue to be well above average. Sunny skies are expected for the next several days after clouds thin out tonight. Valley areas can expect low temperatures to run in the low to mid 30's for the next week, and mountain areas will continue to dip into the teens and 20's. Frost may be an issue for the next several mornings, and fog may return. High temperatures will start out in the mid to high 60's today, but will end up in the low to mid 70's by the end of your extended forecast. Mountain areas will range anywhere from the high 40's to mid 60's over the next week, with warmer temperatures late next week.