After plenty of morning clouds, we had plentiful sunshine this afternoon with weaker wind and warmer highs. The clear sky and light wind will lead to a chillier start Friday morning, and we'll have a breezy and mild Friday before more changes arrive. One storm is on its way out of our region and that brought welcome relief to us with warmer weather and weaker wind. Tonight will be chilly and quiet under a mostly clear to clear sky. Lows will range from the 10s and 20s in the mountains to the 30s and lower 40s in the valley and foothills. Friday will be a mostly sunny day for most of our area, but we'll have stronger wind and a chance for light snow showers in the north. Highs Friday will range from 40s in the mountains to 60s in the valley.
Another inside slider will bring more gusty wind to our area Friday, but the strongest wind arrives on Saturday. Unfortunately the only decent chances for precipitation will be over a small area of northeastern California, and the rest of us will stay dry. Sunday will be a quieter day with more sunshine and warmth along with only lingering breezes. Another fast-moving storm will bring more wind next Monday, but there will be a slightly better chance of light rain and light snow. Most of us will stay dry, though. Next Tuesday through Thursday will be fairly quiet, and our next decent chance of rain and snow will not arrive until the following weekend. Highs will remain above average, from the 40s in the mountains to the 60s in the valley.