The last full week of November began in a beautiful way around northern California with sunshine, a few clouds and above average highs. A disturbance will bring a chance for mountain showers late Tuesday, but little will fall. A small, fast-moving ridge will move over California tonight, allowing our sky to clear briefly before the next storm skirts our region. Tonight will be a mostly clear to clear night with chilly lows and light breezes. Overnight lows will range from the 10s and 20s in the mountains to the 30s and lower 40s in the valley and foothills. We can expect a clear morning with increasing clouds and a few mountain showers Tuesday night. Highs will range from the 40s in the mountains to the 60s in the valley.
The rest of the incoming storm will move over the West Coast late Tuesday and Wednesday, and we can expect stronger wind with gradually decreasing clouds. We will have fewer clouds with lingering breezes on Thanksgiving Day. A ridge of high pressure will deliver more sunshine and a modest warming trend on Friday and Saturday with another small storm missing most of California to the north Sunday and next Monday. Most of our area will stay dry through the last day of November next Monday. Highs will be at their warmest for most areas both tomorrow and this coming Saturday, ranging from the 40s and lower 50s in the mountains to the 50s and lower 60s in the foothills and the valley. Lows will be seasonable.