A few showers are moving inland on the Coast which are bringing showers to the Coastal Range and a few showers in the North Valley. Partly cloudy skies and dry conditions are expected this afternoon with some getting near 60 degrees, which would actually make today slightly cooler than yesterday. Overnight lows are expected to dip into the mid-40s.
A weak distubance moves in on Tuesday bringing slight rain chances to the Valley, with better rain chances farther North. Coastal Ranges, Cascades and the Sierra can expect scattered showers. The weak system will also cool us off ever so slightly, with Valley highs in the mid-to-upper 50s.
Wednesday through Friday a ridge of high pressure settles in, bringing more sunshine and warming temperatures from the low 60s on Wednesday to the 70s on Friday and Saturday with no rain chances.
By Groundhog Day (Sunday) cooler weather enters the area, highs in the low-60s, and some small rain chances as well.
- Storm Tracker Forecast: Some rain Tuesday before a warm up the rest of the week
- Storm Tracker Forecast: Mild & dry the rest of the week
- Storm Tracker Forecast: Dry & warmer the rest of the week
- Storm Tracker Forecast: Staying very warm & windy on Tuesday
- Storm Tracker Forecast: Warm then cool but what about rain?
- Storm Tracker Forecast: Warm & dry Wednesday ahead
- Storm Tracker Forecast: Major warming trend ahead
- Storm Tracker Forecast: Breezy morning, warm afternoon
- Storm Tracker Forecast: Stay warm before more clouds late-week
- Storm Tracker Forecast: Warm & dry start to your work week