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Back in the 80s on Monday with sunshine lasting all week next week. Windy and dry conditions Wednesday and Thursday will lead to elevated fire weather concerns.
Back in the 80s on Monday with sunshine lasting all week next week. Windy and dry conditions Wednesday and Thursday will lean to elevated fire weather concerns.
Showers in the mountains and North Valley Friday night and Saturday morning with increased clouds across the area. Sunshine returns next week with highs back in the mid-80s.
Tomorrow will be the warmest day of the week with highs in the low-80s but a cool weather system moves in Wednesday bring the chance for rain and bringing highs down to the low-70s by Thursday.
Pleasant weather through Tuesday but temperatures take a dip Wednesday and Thursday with increasing rain chances in the Valley and the chance for snow showers in the mountains.
Great weather with highs in the 70s all week except for Saturday, which could see highs in the 70s. Showers will also be possible by Friday, as will cooler weather.
Could see 90s in a few locations on Monday before we cool down with highs in the 70s on Wednesday and very windy conditions prompting a Fire Weather Watch Wednesday and Thursday.
A Red Flag Warning takes effect Saturday afternoon through Sunday evening due to gusty winds and dry conditions. We'll also warm up with your warmest day on Monday (upper-80s to near-90) but we cool back down for the remainder of the forecast.
Wet & rainy today with a continuing chance for showers in the Valley overnight and in the morning with an even better chance for showers and snow in the mountains overnight and tomorrow. Afterwards, we warm up and the sunshine returns.
Temperatures have taken a near 30 degree drop in 2 days and will continue to drop with rain and snow showers likely in the mountains.