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Storm Tracker Forecast - Drier Weather Wednesday With Stubborn Clouds

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The latest storm brought healthy amounts of rain and snow to northern California, and the stubborn clouds will remain overhead tonight. Although isolated showers are still possible, most of the rain and snow has fallen. Now that the bulk of last night's storm has moved away, a ridge of high pressure will begin building over our region. Clouds will continue to stream overhead late tonight through much of tomorrow, but there will be some sunbreaks at times. Isolated showers are also possible, but they'll only deliver light amounts of rain and mountain snow. Lows tonight will range from the 30s in the mountains to the 40s in the valley and foothills. Highs tomorrow will range from 50s in the mountains to 60s in the valley and foothills.

The building ridge will get stronger over California through the rest of this week and much of the weekend. We won't have a completely clear sky, but there will be far fewer clouds from Veterans Day Thursday through Saturday and early Sunday. Highs will begin to climb back to more seasonable early and mid November levels. Another trough of low pressure will approach the West Coast late Sunday, and will have a chance to push over our region late next Monday and Tuesday. Although rain, snow and stronger breezes are possible, precipitation amounts and wind speeds won't be high. Valley lows will remain in the seasonable 40s for the next week ahead, while valley highs will climb from near 60s to the lower 70s before cooling.

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