The trend of sunny to mostly sunny skies and above average temperatures will continue through your Tuesday afternoon. High pressure is going to keep our region warm and dry through the day today, and we'll be seeing slightly stronger north winds through this evening. Skies are clear for the start of your Tuesday and will stay mostly sunny until this evening when clouds are expected to return. The north winds have kept temperatures a bit warmer across most of our region for the start of your Tuesday. Valley areas are in the 40's to low 50's this morning, foothill areas are mostly in the 40's, and mountain areas are in the 20's to 30's early today. Winds will be in the 10 to 15mph range out of the north, and we'll have gusts in the 20 to 30mph range through mid afternoon. High temperatures are projected to top out in the mid to high 60's in the valley, and in the 50's to 60's in the foothills and mountains.
Low pressure tracking into British Columbia and the Pacific Northwest will bring the potential for mostly mountain showers back into our forecast late tonight through Wednesday evening. The bulk of the wet weather will be staying to our north, but areas of the Northern Mountains, Northern Sierra, and Southern Cascades could be in for around a quarter of an inch of rainfall. We'll also see a slight chance for a trace of rain in the valley as this wet system tracks through to our north. Snow levels will dip to as low as 3500' in the Northern Mountains, and down to around 5000' in the Sierra on Wednesday. Low temperatures will mostly be close to what we're seeing outside early Tuesday, but high temperatures will end up several degrees cooler. Low pressure will then drop south off to our east as we head into Thanksgiving day on Thursday and high pressure will rebuild across northern California. This will result in dry conditions, clearing skies, and gusty north winds for our region on Thanksgiving day. Temperatures will be slightly cooler on Thanksgiving morning and a little warmer for the afternoon. The winds will subside as we head into your Friday and we'll have sunny and mild conditions in store for your Friday forecast.
Sunny to mostly sunny skies, dry weather, and around to slightly above average high temperatures are on the way for your weekend as high pressure dominates our forecast. The clear skies and lighter winds will also result in colder temperatures overnight, so you'll want to keep that in mind when planning late night or early morning activities. The next chance for wet weather will be on Monday as low pressure tracks through the Pacific Northwest but the lates models are keeping showers to our north during that event. A lot can change between now and then, so we'll be keeping a close eye on the model trends to make sure you'll be ready is the chance for wet weather gets better over the next several days.