Sunny skies and warming temperatures for this weekend and next week.
High pressure building in will continue to clear the skies overhead. Today we’ll still have enough instability to allow for a few puffy cumulous clouds to form. Most will stay to the mountains, but a few could meander down into the valley this afternoon. In the mountains some of those clouds could develop enough to produce some isolated rain and snow showers depending on your elevation.
The rest of the weekend looks fantastic, with bright sunshine overhead and warming temperatures throughout. We’ll be peaking in the low to mid 70s by Sunday. That trend will continue into the beginning of next week as high pressure continues to build in and keeps temperatures right around the 75 degree mark. The only thing that will dampen the beautiful weather will be a storm that misses the NorthState, but will hit the Oregon coast on Tuesday into Wednesday. We’ll remain dry, but some high level clouds could move in from that system.
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