Chico, Calif.-- Another very hot day in the North State, with an excessive heat warning in affect for areas of Shasta and Tehama County - and the rest of the lower elevations of the North State are under a heat advisory through wednesday at 8 p.m.
Smoke and haze from the Ferguson Fire burning near Yosemite may still be lingering in our area, impacting visibility, but otherwise, expect clear skies.
High pressure cuts through a small marine layer and brings dry, hot air that will last through the work week.
And that will get up to 110 degrees in the North Valley.
The Delta Breeze may come in to play enough to cool you down just a little bit over then next few days.
Overnight lows aren't dropping very much, staying in the 70s and lower 80s for the valley areas.
A ridge of cooler air approaches from the Pacific Northwest heads in by Friday - this will cool us down a little but it also means that monsoonal moisture could bring a chance of mountain thunderstorms through this weekend into early next week.
- Tuesday Afternoon Forecast
- House fire breaks out Tuesday afternoon, north of Chico airport
- Scattered showers linger in your Tuesday forecast
- COLD start to your Tuesday forecast
- Heating up for your Tuesday forecast
- Storm Tracker Forecast: A warmer & sunnier Tuesday
- Storm Tracker Forecast: Sunny Monday, cloudy Tuesday
- Storm Tracker Forecast: Wet morning, dry afternoon & freezing overnight
- Frigid overnight, very warm afternoons
- Storm Tracker Forecast: Dry & warmer for your Tuesday