We had much quieter weather in northern California today, and it couldn't have been much more pleasant. The clouds will increase tonight, and Trinity County will have the best chance of rain showers Friday. Temperatures today remained about 15 degrees cooler than average, and hopefully you were able to take advantage of the relatively mild weather. A trough is approaching the coast and will push more clouds into our sky tonight. Lows won't be quite as cool as they have been, ranging from the 30s and 40s in the mountains to the 40s and 50s in the valleys and foothills. Friday will be partly to mostly cloudy and a little warmer, with a chance of light rain in the west. Highs will range from 60s in the mountains to 70s in the valley.
Saturday we will take a bigger jump with our highs, but only to seasonable levels. Temperatures will be fairly steady this weekend and early next week with highs remaining a few degrees away from average for early to mid June. I still believe we'll get stronger wind next Monday and Tuesday, which is not ideal when the fuel and air are dry and temperatures are rising. It also still looks like we'll get significantly hotter the second half of next week, with valley highs much hotter than average once again. Aside from some spotty rain showers over the mountains, little to no rain will fall. Valley lows will warm from the 50s into the 60s, and highs in the valley will also climb from the upper 70s Friday into the 80s, 90s and lower 100s again.