Yesterday we broke records in Red Bluff with widespread 80s in the Valley. Today we can expect to see the same thing except temperatures across the Valley should be more uniform as winds are expected to be light. Sunny skies turn to clear skies at night with overnight lows in the Valley dropping back into the 40s.
Thursday will still be warm in the upper-70s with mostly sunny skies but not record highs expected. Clouds move in Friay with an apporaching frontal system only allowing highs to get into the upper-60s. This system brings the chance for showers in the mountains and in the Valley on overnight Friday into Saturday with highs over the weekend onlt in the low-60s, maybe even upper-50s. Sunday remains dry but don't forget the time change - we spring forward an hour!
Another wet system moves into SoCal on Monday. Where this system makes landfall will larely determine the chance of us getting rain. If it lands too far south we will stay dry Monday-Tuesday. If it lands farther North, we could see widespread light showers. Fingers crossed for the latter scenario.