What a difference a day can make. Clearing skies, cooler temperatures and mostly mild weather was on tap for your Sunday across Northern California. Dry weather will mostly clear skies will continue as we head into your work week. The lack of clouds will help temperatures to become very chilly again overnight, so make sure you're bundled up if you're heading out and about tomorrow morning. We'll also have a chance for some patchy fog developing in the valley and that could bring an impact to drivers early in the day on Monday. Temperatures will mostly start out in the low to mid 30's in the valley on Monday morning and mountain areas will end up in the teens to 20's overnight. We'll be dry with mostly sunny skies over all areas on Monday. High temperatures will end up in the low to mid 50's in the valley and mountain areas will top out in the 30's to 40's.
Very similar conditions will be on the way for your Tuesday, but skies will become cloudy. The clouds could help to keep overnight low temperatures a bit warmer and to limit some of the impacts from fog. Partly to mostly cloudy skies and the potential for showers will return in your Wednesday forecast, but the latest models are keeping our area dry until Thursday. Most of the showers are expected to stay in higher elevations closer to the coast. A much better chance for widespread showers will be returning late Friday and weekend forecast. There is still a lot of uncertainty on the way for your upcoming weekend. Some models are calling for mostly mountain showers, while others are hinting at heavy rain returning to the valley.