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Storm Tracker Forecast: Cooler with mountain T-Storms today

Cooler temperatures and the potential for mountain showers and t-storms are ahead for your Monday

Posted: May 6, 2019 6:48 AM

We've got a mixed bag ahead for your Monday forecast across Northern California today. Temperatures will be cooler than the last few days, we'll be staying dry in the valley, and the potential for showers and thunderstorms will be returning to the Sierra this afternoon. Partly cloudy skies are on tap for the start of your Monday and temperatures are mostly mild this morning. Valley areas have dipped into the low to mid 50's overnight, and mountain areas are mostly starting out in the 40's this morning. Winds are currently out of the Northeast, but are expected to shift and become out of the South this afternoon. Sustained winds out of the South will be up to around 10mph, with gusts to around 20mph this afternoon. A decent chance for scattered showers and thunderstorms will be returning to portions of the Sierra this afternoon. The best threat today looks to be moving South compared to yesterday. Locations from Plumas County to the South will have the best chance for active weather this afternoon and evening. High temperatures will top out in the mid 70's to low 80's in the valley this afternoon, and mountain areas are projected to climb into the low 70's to low 80's later today.

Clearing skies and a substantial warming trend are ahead for the remainder of your work week. We'll still have a slight chance for some active weather in the mountains on Tuesday but the latest models are hinting that that will mostly stay to our South. Skies will be sunny to mostly sunny from Tuesday afternoon through the end of the week. Tempratures will end up back in the low 80's on Tuesday afternoon in the valley. Temperatures will continue to climb into the mid 80's by Wednesday, and then into the low 90's by Friday. Looks like we can expect temperatures to stay well above average and sunny skies to continue through your weekend.

California Coronavirus Cases

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Confirmed Cases: 906596

Reported Deaths: 17358
CountyConfirmedDeaths
Los Angeles2997606993
Riverside659021279
San Bernardino626191072
Orange585731447
San Diego54583870
Kern33813416
Fresno30752436
Sacramento25372484
Santa Clara24144388
Alameda23312461
San Joaquin21630489
Contra Costa18621241
Stanislaus17629396
Tulare17495286
Ventura14240164
Imperial12700336
San Francisco12103140
Monterey1137291
San Mateo11075159
Santa Barbara9781120
Merced9465155
Sonoma9312136
Kings822883
Solano728674
Marin7074128
Madera498174
San Luis Obispo414132
Placer409357
Yolo319159
Butte307852
Santa Cruz278825
Napa195715
Shasta187830
Sutter183712
San Benito143715
El Dorado13174
Yuba129310
Mendocino112721
Tehama8728
Lassen7661
Lake69615
Glenn6573
Nevada6088
Humboldt5629
Colusa5506
Calaveras34218
Amador32816
Tuolumne2694
Inyo22715
Siskiyou1930
Mono1802
Del Norte1781
Mariposa782
Plumas680
Modoc290
Trinity250
Sierra60
Alpine30
Unassigned00
Chico
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Oroville
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Paradise
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Chester
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Red Bluff
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Willows
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Fire danger remains high over much of California on this Monday, and that will continue through Tuesday afternoon. Thankfully, most of the strongest wind has passed, and the wind will weaken through midweek.
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