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Redding, CA 96002

36°F

Clear Feels like 36°
  • 0 mph
  • 79%
  • 30°
  • 29.86 in
  • 6:45 AM
  • 5:59 PM

TONIGHT

33°F
Partly Cloudy

  • 4 mph SSW
  • 0%
  • 5:59 PM
  • Sunday

    54° / 32°
  • Monday

    51° / 33°
  • Tuesday

    56° / 34°
  • Wednesday

    66° / 36°
  • Thursday

    67° / 38°
  • Friday

    68° / 42°

Daily Forecast

48 Hour Forecast

Sunday :

Sunday Night: Partly cloudy. Slight chance of a rain shower. Low 32F. Winds light and variable.

Monday : Partly cloudy skies during the morning hours will give way to occasional showers in the afternoon. High 51F. Winds S at 5 to 10 mph. Chance of rain 50%.

Monday Night: Some clouds early will give way to generally clear conditions overnight. Low 33F. Winds light and variable.

Tuesday : Plenty of sun. Highs in the mid 50s and lows in the mid 30s.

Redding Daily Forecast

  • Sunday

    54° / 32°
    Partly Cloudy 20%
  • Monday

    51° / 33°
    PM Showers 50%
  • Tuesday

    56° / 34°
    Mostly Sunny 10%
  • Wednesday

    66° / 36°
    Sunny 10%
  • Thursday

    67° / 38°
    Partly Cloudy 0%
  • Friday

    68° / 42°
    Mostly Sunny 0%
  • Saturday

    61° / 44°
    PM Showers 40%
  • Sunday

    61° / 41°
    Partly Cloudy 20%

Today's Weather

                  
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3 Period Forecast

  • Current

    36°
    Clear
  • Tonight

    45°
    Partly Cloudy 0%
  • Tomorrow

    56°/34°
    Mostly Sunny 10%

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Weather

Monday, February 27th Forecast: Drier and warmer this week

Redding, Chico, Red Bluff

Minus a few light showers to start off the work week it will be drier with warmer temperatures especially by Wednesday.

We still have some cool and unstable air in place keeping us under a very weak unsettled weather pattern. The coast will see the best chances for isolated showers today and tomorrow while the valley will struggle to see any rain drops the next two days. 

Although snow levels will be low (1,000-2,000 feet) snow flurries will be few and far between and won't amount to much.

It will also be slightly warmer later this week as a weak ridge of high pressure slowly builds. We can expect to see highs in the low to mid 60's in the valley as opposed to the low 50's we have seen the last several days. The coast will be closer to the mid 50's.

Another weak storm will clip Northern California this weekend giving us another slight chance for isolated showers but once again is not expected to amount to much.

At this point, the long range forecast models are keeping us under a fairly dry weather pattern at least for the next two weeks.