We got anywhere from near half an inch of rain in some foothill locations north to a trace of rain in the valley. Many saw at least a thenth of an inch. It all came overnight but Friday afternoon has been sunny and in the upper-50s.
Tonight we've got a chance of fog developing from Chico south to Sacramento with a dense fog advisory already issued for areas around Sacramento. Take it careful on the roads in the morning on Saturday. Overnight lows tonight should dip into the mid-to-low 30s with mountain lows back in the teens with a single digit temp or two also possible.
Highs tomorrow should reach around 60 degrees in the valley with mountain highs in the 30s to 40s in the Sierra-Cascades and in the upper-40s to low-50s in the Coastal Mountains. Mostly sunny skies persist.
Fog will continue to be an issue following mornings.
Sunday-Monday we remain partly cloudy to mostly sunny with highs around 60 degrees.
Tuesday a system north of us could leave highs in the mid-to-upper 50s with mostly cloudy skies. As for rain chances, they look low. But I think a sprinkle or two can't be ruled out, especially north of Redding and towards the Oregon border.
Wednesday through Friday we'll see sunny skies and highs in the upper-60s to low-70s as a ridge of high pressure strengthens. The last time 70s were recorded in the valley was on December 9th, last year.