Happy Thanksgiving everybody!! I hope you are enjoying time with your friends, family, and/or pets this evening! Weather wise, a very mild pattern is setting up for Northern California. This evening we can expect a few high level clouds to build in, this will create a filtered look for the night sky, and in some cases block the stars tonight. This will allow temperatures to remain a little warmer than they were this morning as Black Friday commences. Lows tonight will be in the low to mid 40s across the valley. Friday will kick off a slight warming trend with high temperatures returning to the upper 60s for most of the valley.
Heading into Saturday and Sunday is when we can expect the full sunshine to return to the area. This will help some temperatures reach the low 70s, making for a beautiful weekend ahead to put up lights, spend time with family, and accomplish any plans for the long weekend. We will see these mild conditions continue through the beginning of next week, however, the biggest difference will be the potential for the late night and early morning fog to return to the valley. This will play a big role in how high temperatures will get. For now I will be keeping out temperatures in the mid-60s for the valley, but if the fog is stubborn and won’t dissipate, cooler temperatures will prevail. At this point it will be a wait and see game.