The system that gave us a cold & wet Christmas has moved south, off the coast of Southern California. This leaves us with sunny skies and warmer temperatures (highs in the mid-50s in the Valley and reaching near 40 in the mountains). Tonight will see very cold overnight lows nearing the freezing level in the Valley.
Friday & Saturday we'll have highs in the 50s and lows in the 30s.Friday & Saturday will be almost carbon copies of what we see Thursday except for clouds moving in Saturday afternoon and morning frost on Saturday.
The next weather system moves in on Sunday bringing light, scattered showers to Northern California. Snow levels will be 4000-5000 feet in the Sierra but could drop lower in Siskiyou, Trinity, & Shasta counties.
The system leaves us quickly as we return to dry & sunny conditions on Monday. New Year's Eve (Tuesday) and New Year's Day (Wednesday) will remain dry, although you can expect some more clouds to move in on New Year's Day. Tuesday will be unusually warm for this time of year with highs getting near 60 in the Central Valley and highs likely exceeding 60 degrees in the North Valley. The temperatures begin to cool back down on Wednesday.
- Storm Tracker Forecast: Dry until Sunday, warm for New Years
- Storm Tracker Forecast: Warm & dry Wednesday ahead
- Sunday's Storm Tracker weather forecast
- Storm Tracker Forecast: Warm & dry start to your work week
- Storm Tracker Forecast: Staying warm & dry through next week
- Storm Tracker Forecast: Staying warm & dry this weekend
- Storm Tracker Forecast: Dry with unusually warm temperatures this week
- Storm Tracker Forecast: Dry, warm and sunny this afternoon
- Storm Tracker Forecast: Very dry & warm through Saturday
- Storm Tracker Forecast: Staying dry and warming up through Friday