Tonight we'll cool back into the low-40s to upper-30s in the Valley but tomorrow will be another fantastic day with highs back in the low-70s across the Valley. Expect increasing clouds through the afternoon ahead of an approaching storm system.
A winter storm will bring another welcome sight of rain & snow to the North State. I expect at least a quarter inch of rain the fall for most in the Valley but hopefully some can retrieve at least half an inch, if not more, particularily in the North Valley. Most in the mountains should also see at least a foot of snow if not 2 feet, especially elevations above 4000 feet. Snow levels could briefly drop as low as 2000 feet on Wednesday morning. The timing of this system will be overnight on Sunday through the day on Wednesday. The main impacts will be most felt on Tuesday. Tuesday and Wednesday will also see the coldest daily highs in the Valley, only reaching the mid-to-upper 50s.
Thursday & Friday look drier, sunnier and warmer with a return to low-60s. Mid-60s by Saturday but scattered rain chances as well.
- Storm Tracker Forecast: Winter Storm Warning arrives Friday
- Storm Tracker Forecast: A Major Winter Storm Arrives Wednesday
- Storm Tracker Forecast: Major Winter Storm Arrives Tonight
- Storm Tracker Forecast: Major winter storm ahead for your weekend
- Storm Tracker Forecast: A major winter storm moves in overnight
- Storm Tracker Forecast: Late-Season Winter Storm Saturday through Monday
- Storm Tracker Forecast: Another winter storm ahead for your weekend
- Storm Tracker Forecast: A major winter storm mid-week
- Storm Tracker Forecast: The Winter Storm is Here
- Storm Tracker Forecast: Winter storm on the way