We're going to be mostly clear and dry across Northern California tonight but dense fog will be returning for your Tuesday morning. Visibility will be a problem for drivers early in the day. We'll be dry for the start of your Tuesday and temperatures will be brisk. Valley areas will start out in the 30's to low 40's, and mountain areas will be in the 20's to 30's on Tuesday morning. High temperatures will top out in the mid to high 50's in the valley on Tuesday afternoon, and mountain areas will end up in the 40's to low 50's. Showers will be returning to the Coastal Range tomorrow afternoon, and will break apart as they spread across the valley tomorrow night. Rain totals will be very modest from this quick moving system, and we aren't expecting any big impacts. Some high elevation snow will be possible. Most of Northern California will have a break from the wet weather on Wednesday before another more substantial system moves in to provide some decent showers on Thursday. The potential for showers will continue into Saturday. Temperatures will be fairly similar over the next several afternoons, but overnight low temperatures will be warmer for the middle of the week through Friday.
You can expect wet weather to linger into your Saturday forecast, but most of the showers are projected to wrap up Saturday night. We'll be dry with clearing skies on Sunday. Temperatures are expected to end up a bit cooler for the end of your weekend and the start of next week. Overnight low temperatures will be much colder with the clear skies for the start of next week. Valley areas will dip into the low to mid 30's on Sunday and Monday. Mountain areas will bottom out in the teens to 20's during that time.