Showers & cooler weather continue today with the best rain chances in the afternoon & evening hours. Highs will be in the mid-60s. Thunderstorms will be less likely compared to yesterday.
Tomorrow the system that stalled over the coast of the Pacific Northwest and has been swinging showers our way, will finally be moving inland. As it does so it will bring one last round of showers into our region with rain chances looking more optimistic the farther North you are in the North State.
On Friday the system that has been giving us showers has moved inland and lost its source of moisture. So we will see mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies across the area with no rain chances. Highs will be back in the 80s.
A system currently situated over the Aleutian Islands of Alaska will reach the West Coast by Saturday. It will bring rain and cooler weather on Saturday. The timing is still a little up in the air but most should see rain before the sun sets with some in the Sierra not getting any rain until after sunset. It will reach the coast in the late morning hours.
The rain and cooler weather will continue into Sunday and Monday. Tuesday the rain chances taper off as temperatures warm up and the sun comes back out.
A ridge of high pressure settles in on Wednesday drying us out and warming us up.