Fire danger remains high over much of California on this Monday, and that will continue through Tuesday afternoon. Thankfully, most of the strongest wind has passed, and the wind will weaken through midweek. A Red Flag Warning and a Wind Advisory both continue through Tuesday afternoon, although the highest fire danger will be mainly over the mountains and foothills. Tonight will be a mostly clear to clear night with gradually weakening wind. Lows will range from the chilly teens, 20s and 30s in the mountains to the 40s and 50s in the foothills and the valley. Tuesday will be a mostly sunny and breezy day with areas of smoke. Highs will range from the 60s in the mountains to the 70s and 80s in the foothills and valley.
A ridge of high pressure will build over California and most of the West Coast on Wednesday and Thursday. A small disturbance will ride up and over that ridge on Friday, but all it will do is bring a few high clouds on Friday. The ridge will rebuild over the upcoming weekend, with more sunshine and above average temperatures for both Halloween on Saturday as well as Sunday when we fall back to Pacific Standard Time. Another disturbance will approach the coast on Monday, but will only bring a few clouds Sunday and Monday. Highs will climb back to above average levels through early next week with seasonably cool lows. Highs will range from the 60s and 70s in the mountains to the 70s and lower 80s in the foothills and the valley.
|9 PM||56°||Clear||0%||12%||NNE at 6 mph|
|10 PM||55°||Clear||0%||13%||N at 5 mph|
|11 PM||53°||Clear||0%||14%||N at 4 mph|
|12 AM||52°||Clear||0%||17%||NNW at 4 mph|
|1 AM||51°||Clear||0%||18%||NNW at 3 mph|
|2 AM||50°||Clear||0%||20%||N at 4 mph|
|3 AM||49°||Clear||0%||23%||NNW at 4 mph|
|4 AM||50°||Clear||0%||26%||N at 5 mph|
|5 AM||50°||Clear||0%||28%||NNW at 5 mph|
|6 AM||49°||Clear||0%||31%||NNW at 5 mph|
|7 AM||49°||Clear||0%||32%||NNW at 5 mph|
|8 AM||49°||Sunny||0%||34%||N at 5 mph|
|9 AM||54°||Sunny||0%||30%||NNW at 5 mph|