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Storm Tracker Forecast: The chance for showers returns tonight

The chance for showers will return tonight and will stick around through mid day on Monday. Dry and warmer weather is on the way for the rest of this work week, then we'll have the chance for showers returning this weekend.

Posted: Mar 8, 2020 6:47 PM

It's been mostly dry, cloudy, and cool across northern California today. Temperatures topped out in the mid to high 50's for most of the valley and mountian areas topped out in the 40's. Winds have been out of the south to around 10mph. We'll see the potential for showers returning late tonight and that will continue through at least mid day on Monday. Light showers will be possible in the valley, but the heaviest showers are expected in the mountains. Snow levels will be down to around 4500', and up to 4 inches of snow is expected.

Temperatures will become warmer for your Monday forecast. Valley areas will dip into the mid 40's tonight and are expected to top out in the mid 60's on Mondya afternoon. We'll see a chance for valley showers through mid day but skies will start to clear out for your afternoon. Mountain areas can expect to dip into the 20's to 30's overnight and will end up in the 40's to 50's tomorrow afternoon. We'll still have the chance for some light and scattered rain and snow showers through Monday evening.

Skies will be clearing out and temperatures will be warming up as we head into the middle of your work week. High temperatures will end up back in the low to mid 70's for Tuesday and Wednesday in the valley. Mountain areas will end up back in the 50's to 60's for the afternoons. We will see the peak of the warming on Thursday, when the valley is expected to climb into the high 70's. Some clouds will be returining to the north state on Friday, but we'll be staying dry and warm. Valley areas are projected to top out in the mid to high 70's on Friday.

The chance for showers will be returning to the north state on Friday and will continue through at least early Sunday. Temperatures are expected to dip back into the mid 60's in the valley and into the high 40's to low 50's in the mountains next weekend.

California Coronavirus Cases

Data is updated nightly.

Cases: 3015644

Reported Deaths: 33724
CountyCasesDeaths
Los Angeles102419013936
San Bernardino2540941560
Riverside2422062517
Orange2123892367
San Diego2117872103
Santa Clara935571076
Kern85362565
Fresno82039932
Sacramento801541080
Alameda67375764
Ventura61257412
San Joaquin57094748
Contra Costa52146449
Stanislaus42548749
Tulare41016501
Monterey35418250
San Mateo32186294
San Francisco29139262
Imperial25253463
Solano25216105
Santa Barbara24481231
Sonoma23871240
Merced23800296
Kings19254133
Placer17194173
San Luis Obispo15658128
Madera13328130
Santa Cruz12196113
Marin11569154
Yolo10519131
Shasta9594117
Butte9411121
El Dorado765944
Sutter760477
Napa752139
Lassen509413
San Benito494143
Yuba481827
Tehama397142
Tuolumne330438
Nevada317673
Mendocino311432
Amador300129
Lake257228
Humboldt232224
Glenn192419
Colusa16919
Calaveras160823
Siskiyou140813
Mono10914
Inyo92429
Del Norte8572
Plumas5735
Modoc3793
Mariposa3464
Trinity3024
Alpine730
Sierra700
Unassigned00
Chico
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Chico
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Another very windy day for northern California as an area of low pressure continues its southward trek over our state. Thankfully we'll have much quieter weather on Wednesday, with more rain and snow chances coming.
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