Quiet weather has descended on northern California as the lastest storm which brought rain, snow, thunderstorms and wind has moved out of the region. The clear sky will lead to a chilly Friday night and beginning to Saturday morning. Tonight we will have a mostly clear to clear sky with weakening breezes and chilly to cold overnight lows. Lows will range from the 30s and lower 40s in the foothills and the valley to the 10s and 20s in the mountains. Saturday will be a mostly sunny to sunny day for northern California with light breezes and warmer than average weather. Highs will range from the 40s and lower 50s in the mountains to the upper 50s and upper 60s in the foothills and the valley.
A fairly flat ridge of high pressure will stay in control of California's weather Saturday and the first half of Sunday. The first of two troughs of low pressure will swing over the Pacific Northwest and northern California late Sunday and Monday, bringing stronger breezes, a minor cooldown and stronger breezes. We'll be between disturbances late Monday and early Tuesday, before a second trough moves overhead late Tuesday and Wednesday. Rain and snow showers are possible, but gusty wind and cooler air are more likely than rain and snow. We'll have more sunshine and quieter weather on Thanksgiving and next Friday. Highs will range from the 40s in the mountains to the 60s in the valley.