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Storm Tracker Forecast: More heat & more haze today

Heat and haze were on the menu today but a cool-down is in the works for next week.

Posted: Sep 20, 2020 5:36 PM
Updated: Sep 20, 2020 5:41 PM

Today the heat has made a comeback with many reaching the 90s. The haze is also back, reducing air quality for many due to light winds.

Tomorrow winds could get a little breezy but overall to remain light. This means more smoky haze.

A trough of low pressure will also pass to our north which could bring a few clouds to our area by Wdnesday but mostly it will keep temperatures dropping a few degrees each day through the week. Many in the valley drop into the upper-to-mid 80s on Monday and by Thursday most in the valley will have high temperatures in the low-80s which could last into Friday.

A strong ridge of high pressure will then set-up on Saturday which will bring back the heat with some in the north valley possibly reaching 100 degrees on the weekend. This strong ridge of high pressure could last into the following week which would lead to several days of dry, hot weather.

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Heavy rain and very windy weather continue over much of northern California as a vigorous Pacific storm system batters the West Coast. Advisories, Watches and Warnings continue. Stay safe and evacuate if flooding is likely!
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