Get your umbrella handy, and throw on an extra layer before you head out the door this morning. We have a wet and cool start to your Monday forecast across Northern California. Showers returned to our region Sunday evening, and are already starting to wrap up this morning. The majority of the wet weather is expected to taper off by the end of the morning commute, but some showers could linger into the late afternoon in the Sierra. Patchy fog will limit visibility for some drivers early today. Temperatures have dipped into the mid 40's in the valley overnight, and into the high 20's to high 30's in the mountains. Winds will be out of the North to 10mph and humidity is expected to stay above 45 percent. High temperatures will end up in the mid 50's to low 60's in the valley this afternoon, and in the high 30's to high 40's in the mountains later today. We'll be mostly sunny for the majority of Northern California this afternoon.
Mostly dry, but foggy start to your Tuesday morning across Northern California. Temperatures will not chance much if at all through Wednesday. Another chance for showers will return to Northern California on Tuesday night and last through Wednesday morning. Impacts do not look like they'll be very significant for the early portion of the week. We'll end up dry again by Wednesday afternoon. Conditions will stay dry and become slightly warmer on Thursday. Valley areas are projected to climb into the low to mid 60's on Thursday afternoon.
The next chance for showers will return on Friday and last into your upcoming weekend. Models are split on when and where showers will be likely after Saturday, but it does look like we'll see a bit more wet weather ahead in your long range forecast.