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Storm Tracker Forecast - Colder Tonight With Valley Frost And Fog

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Another round of stormy weather has come and gone over northern California, and we received more much-needed rain and snow. The sky above will clear tonight, leading to a colder morning with areas of frost and fog. The healthy amounts of additional rain and snow have stopped falling for the most part over our region, and the sky will begin to clear. It will be much cooler Thursday morning for everyone, but there is enough moisture in the air that we may have areas of fog along with frost. Lows will range from the 10s in the mountains to the 20s and 30s in the foothills and valley. Thursday will be partly cloudy, quieter and continued cooler than average. Highs will range from the 30s in the mountains to the 40s in the valley.

A small "inside slider" area of low pressure will skirt northern California late Thursday and Friday, but the biggest effects will feel will be a slight chance of light rain and snow showers along with gusty wind coming out of the north on Friday. Overall, a ridge of high pressure will keep our weather quieter and brighter from late Thursday through early Sunday as we go from the old year to the new. That fairly clear sky will lead to chilly overnight lows through the weekend and cooler than average highs. Another storm will bring more valley rain, mountain snow and gusty wind the first half of next week. Valley lows will climb from the upper 20s and lower 30s this week to the 40s next week, while highs will stay in the 40s and lower 50s.

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