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Redding, CA 96002

48°F

Overcast Feels like 41°
  • 21 mph S
  • 86%
  • 44°
  • 29.18 in
  • 7:28 AM
  • 5:13 PM

TONIGHT

40°F
Showers

  • 8 mph SSW
  • 60%
  • 5:13 PM
  • Friday

    45° / 40°
  • Saturday

    49° / 44°
  • Sunday

    48° / 39°
  • Monday

    46° / 37°
  • Tuesday

    54° / 32°
  • Wednesday

    53° / 35°

Daily Forecast

48 Hour Forecast

Friday :

Friday Night: Rain showers early will evolve into a more steady rain overnight. Low near 40F. Winds SSW at 10 to 15 mph. Chance of rain 90%. Rainfall near a quarter of an inch.

Saturday : Periods of rain. High 49F. Winds S at 10 to 20 mph. Chance of rain 90%. Rainfall around a quarter of an inch.

Saturday Night: Rain. Low 44F. Winds S at 10 to 20 mph. Chance of rain 100%. 1 to 2 inches of rain expected.

Sunday : Rain and thunder. Highs in the upper 40s and lows in the upper 30s.

Redding Daily Forecast

  • Friday

    45° / 40°
    Rain 90%
  • Saturday

    49° / 44°
    Rain 90%
  • Sunday

    48° / 39°
    Rain/Thunder 90%
  • Monday

    46° / 37°
    Rain 80%
  • Tuesday

    54° / 32°
    Partly Cloudy 10%
  • Wednesday

    53° / 35°
    Mostly Sunny 10%
  • Thursday

    56° / 35°
    Partly Cloudy 10%
  • Friday

    59° / 37°
    Sunny 0%

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3 Period Forecast

  • Current

    48°
    Overcast
  • Tonight

    44°
    Showers 60%
  • Tomorrow

    49°/44°
    Rain 90%

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Weather

Friday, January 20th Forecast: Rain, wind and snow continues through Sunday

Redding, Chico, Red Bluff

WIND ADVISORY

FLOOD WARNING

WINTER STORM WARNING

WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY

ROAD CONDITIONS

The heaviest rain will be this morning as storm number two moves through also giving us gusty winds and snow on the mountain passes.

The brunt of the storm will pass early this morning when we expect the heaviest rain and strongest winds. In fact, the wind advisory will be allowed to expire at 6:00 this morning for Humboldt and Del Norte Counties and closer to 1:00 this afternoon for the valley. The winds will be from the south with gusts between 40 and 50 mph at their strongest. Although still breezy, the winds will die down through the afternoon.

The same goes for the rain and snow. The heaviest will be in the early morning hours tapering off to scattered showers and possible thunderstorms this afternoon. 

There are still many chain requirements this morning on the mountain highways so be sure to click the "road conditions" link above before heading out today as conditions are not expect to improve much through the day.

Although we will be between storms on Saturday there will still be a chance for showers and even thunderstorms before the last in this series of storms moves through Saturday night into Sunday morning. This storm will bring us another round of heavy rain, low elevation snow and gusty winds. Mountain travel will continue to be a concern through the entire weekend.

We will finally be behind all of the storms we've seen this week and weekend on Monday and Tuesday of next week but there will still be some cool and unstable air in place keeping the chances for isolated showers. It will dry out and warm up starting Wednesday of next week.