We've had a wet Wednesday with a solid line of showers that moved through in the afternoon for almost everyone, with additional snow in the mountains.
We'll be drier tonight with a chance of fog developing overnight. Overnight lows tonight will get into the mid-to-upper 30s in the valley. Colder up north.
Tomorrow will remain pretty cloudy with only moments of sunshine. Valley highs in the mid-50s.
Another wet system comes in overnight Thursday inot Friday morning. This provides more rain the the valley and more snow in the mountains. I'm thinking about a tenth of an inch in the central valley and up to a quarter inch near Redding. Snow levels will be 4,000-5,000 feet with the lower levels farther north. Only a few inches of snow for most above the snow level.
Fog will still be possible for many more mornings in the forecast.
Saturday we dry out with partly cloudy skies and many reaching near 60 degrees!
We keep the dry weather for most Sunday through uesday with highs around 60, maybe even 63 or 64 by Wednesday. This is thanks to a strong ridge of high pressure.
By Wednesday, some could see 70 degrees! Its been awhile since we've seen that.