Showers & a chance for thunderstorms today

Showers and the potential for thunderstorms are ahead for your Tuesday and more wet weather is ahead in your extended forecast

Posted: Apr 2, 2019 6:38 AM

Grab those umbrellas, and get ready for heavier showers across Northern California today. We are already tracking some moderate showers across our region this morning. Showers will be likely all day, and there will be a decent chance for thunderstorms in the valley this afternoon. Thunderstorms could be accompanied by localized heavier rain, hail, and gusty winds. Snow levels will be staying high today, and are projected to be above 6500'. Temperatures have dipped into the low to mid 50's in the valley overnight, and into the 30's to 40's in the mountains. Winds will be out of the Southeast to around 20mph. High temperatures are projected to climb back into the low to mid 60's in the valley this afternoon, and into the low to mid 50's in the mountains later today.

The majority of the showers will taper off late tonight, and we'll be mostly dry on Wednesday. The best chance for showers on Wednesday will be in the Northern Mountains. We aren't completely ruling out showers in the valley, but they will be few and far between if we do have any at all. Skies will be cloudy, and high temperatures will climb into the mid 60's in the valley on Wednesday. Showers will then return to all of Northern California on Thursday. We are expecting a modest drop in high temperatures for the end of your week, but we'll stay in the low 60's in the valley. Heavy showers will persist in Northern California on Friday. Saturday currently looks cloudy but mostly dry in the valley. there is a decent chance for mountain showers on Saturday. Showers will become more widespread again on Saturday night into Sunday. Looks like we can expect those showers to wrap up late Sunday and we'll be mostly dry for the start of next week. Temperatures will warm back into the mid to high 60's in the valley on Sunday and into the low 70's in the valley on Monday.

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We head into the holiday weekend on a slightly cooler than average note, but that will change quickly on the 4th of July and on Sunday with more heat and stronger breezes coming.
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