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Storm Tracker Forecast: Major cooling trend ahead for your work week!

We're staying hot today but a major cooling trend will take hold of Northern California this week.

Posted: Jun 24, 2019 6:34 AM

Be prepared for a hot start to your first work week of the summer season. We're mostly clear for the start of your Monday, but some clouds will brush across our region today. Skies will be mostly sunny and temperatures will be above average this afternoon. We're starting out in the 60's to 70's in the valley early today and in the 40's to 50's in the mountains for the start of your Monday. Winds are out of the North to 10mph this morning, but will shift to become out of the South to 10mph this afternoon. The Delta Breeze will help to keep temperatures slightly cooler than Sunday, but our high temperatures will stay above average this afternoon. Valley areas will top out in the 93 to 98 degree range this afternoon, and mountain areas will end up in the 70's to mid 80's later today. Low humidity and slightly above average temperatures will keep fire danger in the moderate to high range today.

A very welcome cooling trend will be settling into Northern California over the next several days. Skies will be mostly sunny, and we're expecting to stay dry this week. High temperatures will dip into the high 80's in the valley on Tuesday and will then slide down into the low 80's on Wednesday and Thursday. Those temepratures are around 10 degrees below average for this time of year. Some clouds will brush through our region this week, but showers are expected to stay to our North. The cooling trend will be the result of a cooler low pressure system passing through to our North this week. Temperatures will start to rebound on Friday with mid to high 80's projected for the valley. We will then climb back into the high 80's to low 90's on Saturday and then into the low to mid 90's on Sunday. Make sure you take advantage of the cooler weather while it lasts. Low to mid 80's are not common for the last week of June in Northern California.

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CountyCasesDeaths
Los Angeles108548815614
San Bernardino2685421719
Riverside2668492970
Orange2391752768
San Diego2300662421
Santa Clara991741278
Kern91119591
Fresno863361084
Sacramento846531194
Alameda71298906
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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
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