Storm Tracker Forecast: A return to average temperatures this week

Today was another hot day but slightly cooler temperatures are on the way. It will still be hot but at least it will be normal heat for July and not above average.

Posted: Jul 14, 2019 6:32 PM

Today is slightly cooler than yesterday with overnight temperatures expected to stay relatively the same compared to last night. We can expect to see the same thing tomorrow, with temperatures slightly cooler than tonight. Relative humidity values will still be low the next few days so fire danger will also be a concern. There were also thunderstorms today in Siskiyou county.

Delta breezes pick up the next few days slightly cooling us off into the mid-90s. This is due to a trough of low pressure to our North. The far Northern portion of the Valley will not be able to benefit from the cooler temperatures due to the Delta Breeze not being able to make it all the way up the Valley.

The trough of low pressure to our North will weaken Wednesday and Thursday. This will allow for a slight climb in temperatures but the low pressure will build back in the area on Friday, emphasizing an even further drop in temperatures. Values should be around average for this time of year in July by Friday with a chance of dropping a degree or two below average next weekend.

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Showers are lingering across Northern California tonight and snow levels are dipping to around 5000'. Mostly mountain showers and lower snow levels are on the way for your Saturday and then we'll dry out for your Sunday.
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