Sunday January 20th Weathercast

Showers ending Sunday night. Snow lingers in the mountains until Monday morning, then clearing.

Posted: Jan 20, 2019 9:41 PM

An active day across the region on Sunday with rain, wind, mountain snow and strong thunderstorms. Several bands of those thunderstorms produced large hail in the foothills and very heavy rain. Due to that a Flash Flood Warning is in place until at least 5:45 this evening for the Camp Fire Burn Scar areas.

Mountain snow will continue ths evening and be heavy at times down to 4000 or less by early Monday morning. Due to that a Winter Storm Warning is in place until Monday morning for heavy snow above 4000-5000 feet in the mountains.

Finally, look for the storm to dry up and clear out rapidly after by Monday morning, and we'll enjoy plenty of sunshine all next week. A light north breeze 5 to 15 mph will help warm us up, and prevent fog from becoming too much of an an issue. If you're tired of all the rain we've seen this month and are ready for some sunshine, next week is your week! The next possible rain now looks to be near the end of the month-about 8-9 days out.

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Chico
Broken Clouds
75° wxIcon
Hi: 85° Lo: 58°
Feels Like: 75°
Oroville
Clear
78° wxIcon
Hi: 85° Lo: 60°
Feels Like: 79°
Paradise
Broken Clouds
75° wxIcon
Hi: 78° Lo: 59°
Feels Like: 75°
Chester
Broken Clouds
66° wxIcon
Hi: 66° Lo: 43°
Feels Like: 66°
Red Bluff
Clear
78° wxIcon
Hi: 84° Lo: 61°
Feels Like: 78°
Willows
Broken Clouds
75° wxIcon
Hi: 88° Lo: 64°
Feels Like: 75°
A fire weather watch has been issued from 1pm Monday to 11am Wednesday in the Valley and foothills due to dry and gusty conditions. We'll warm up next week but next weekend is looking much much cooler and wet.
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