Storm Tracker Forecast July Will End On A Seasonably Hot Note

We had more beautiful, seasonable weather in northern California for the second-to-last day of July, but our fire danger continues. The last day of July and first few days of August will stay seasonably hot and dry.

Posted: Jul 30, 2020 6:01 PM

We had more beautiful, seasonable late July weather for northern California on the second-to-last day of July, but our fire danger continues. A Red Flag Warning is in effect for Siskiyou and Modoc counties through Friday night due to gusty wind, hot highs, and dry air and fuels. Tonight will be a mostly clear to clear night with mild, seasonable lows ranging from the 40s and 50s in the mountains to the 60s and lower 70s in the foothills and valley. Friday will be a hot and breezy end to the month of July with seasonable temperatures continuing. Highs will range from the 80s and lower 90s in the mountains, and will range from the 90s to the lower 100s in the foothills and valley.

Several small disturbances will move toward northern California over the next seven days, but all we expect from those areas of low pressure are a few more clouds and stronger breezes at times. By late next week a deeper trough of low pressure from the Pacific Ocean will move toward the West Coast, and that will push the dominant ridge of high pressure currently over the western United States further to the east. That will bring a little more substantial cooling to our weather but it will only be slightly below average. Lows will remain seasonably mild, while highs will range from the 80s in the mountains to the 90s and lower 100s for the valley with a cooling trend.

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Cases: 3235045

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CountyCasesDeaths
Los Angeles108548815614
San Bernardino2685421719
Riverside2668492970
Orange2391752768
San Diego2300662421
Santa Clara991741278
Kern91119591
Fresno863361084
Sacramento846531194
Alameda71298906
Ventura67066546
San Joaquin60545844
Contra Costa55593492
Stanislaus49500803
Tulare43574542
Monterey38434261
San Mateo34510356
San Francisco30734293
Santa Barbara27149267
Solano27141118
Imperial25745510
Merced25743332
Sonoma25160251
Kings20223161
Placer18034188
San Luis Obispo17151161
Madera14068175
Santa Cruz13088136
Marin12067166
Yolo11276146
Shasta10144132
Butte9865136
El Dorado824566
Sutter812984
Napa807050
Lassen530916
San Benito523851
Yuba522730
Tehama456446
Tuolumne351241
Nevada339473
Mendocino332236
Amador307433
Lake272932
Humboldt265227
Glenn202822
Colusa19079
Calaveras171323
Siskiyou150413
Mono11454
Inyo105329
Del Norte8783
Plumas6185
Modoc3924
Mariposa3575
Trinity3065
Sierra950
Alpine740
Unassigned00
Chico
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Oroville
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Chico
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Red Bluff
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Red Bluff
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Chico
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The first wave of rain, snow and wind has moved over California, but many more chances for rain, snow and gusty wind are in our short term and long term forecast. After a relatively quiet evening, we can expect more rain and snow starting early Thursday morning.
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