Sunday has been wet & cold. Rain lingers into the night for some but clears by the morning hours. Clearing will begin in the west and end in the east. Snow levels are below 2,000 feet along I-5 in Shasta county but are above 2,500 feet for most of everyone else. Snow levels could drop slightly tonight before the snow ends.
Monday morning we could see dense fog across the area and in the valley, so please be extra careful on your morning commute! The fog should clear by late morning. Otherwise mostly sunny skies and highs in the upper-50s will be the picture for your Monday as a weak ridge of high pressure moves in. The low pressure system that gave us rain will drop to our south east. This will be in contrast to a ridge of high pressure moving over us. This will lead to breezy conditions at times.
Tuesday a weak system passes to the north, leading to less sunshine for most and a few showers in the mountains of our northernmost counties.
Wednesday will be another rainy day with valley highs in the low-50s. The valley could see half an inch to 1 inch of rain with foothill areas seeing multiple inches of rain. Snow in the mountains willl also be likely. Snow levels will start high Wednesday morning, near pass levels, but drop by Thursday. Exact snow levels are still uncertain at this time.
Showers linger Thursday morning and clear west to east. Thursday aftrnoon should be partly cloudy and cool. It may also be breezy at time with some morning fog possible.
Friday will remain partly to mostly cloudy, but dry.
Late Saturday into Sunday another ound of rain & snow is expected to impact the North State. The strength of this system is yet to be determined but chances look decent.