Storm Tracker Forecast: Cold and rainy next week

We're cooling down next week with the chance for rain. Before we get there, we look to stay sunny with mild temperatures.

Posted: Nov 21, 2019 6:04 AM
Updated: Nov 21, 2019 6:39 AM

The Red Flag Warning has expired and the gusty winds leave us today. We can expect those temperatures to also stay mild today, only getting intot the mid-60s in the Valley with sunny skies.

The mild (but still above average) temperatures continue into the weekend with sunny skies as a stagnant ridge of high pressure keeps conditions from changing. This high pressure could lead to breezy weather on Monday as a low pressure system passes to the East, but no extreme winds are expected.

On Tuesday a strong disturbance from the Gulf of Alaska moves into Northern California. This system is cold and wet. We could see widespread showers and decent snow accumulations in the mountains and showers making it into the Valley as well. The best timing for valley showers looks to be Tuesday evening to Wednesday before noon. But the timing and rain chances will change as the event nears. We could see Thanksgiving travel delays due to wintry weather in the mountains. Temperatures also drop with highs in the mid-to-low 50s on Tuesday and Wednesday.

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Showers will continue overnight, and fog could be possible in some areas on Friday morning. Heavier rain and high elevation snow are on the way for your weekend.
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