Today we've had mostly cloudy skies in the morning before some sunshine popped out at times before sunset.
Light showers will be possible in the overnight hours for most with snow in the mountains. Only a couple inches of accumulation are possible with snow levels 4000-5000 feet. Overnight valley lows will be in the mid-30s to low-40s depending on cloud and fog cover.
Patchy fog will be possible Friday morning but not as dense as what some of you saw on Thursday morning.
Showers on Friday should clear by late morning. The rest of the day will see sunny skies with highs in the upper-50s.
Morning fog could become a recurring issue on mornings following Friday.
Saturday-Tuesday a ridge of high pressure moves in keeping us dry, partly cloudy and highs slightly above average in the low-60s.
The ridge of high pressure will deepen Wednesday and Thursday which will lead to highs near 70 degrees. The last time the Redding Airport recorded 70+ degrees was on December 9th, so its been a good while.