High Pressure Builds In, Keeps Skies Clear and Warms Temperatures
Redding, Red Bluff, Chico
Another quiet week in Northern California.
Temps have dropped into the upper 40s and will continue to fall overnight. The winds will keep temperatures up as the clear skies try to cool things off. Tomorrow, Temperatures will recover and will eventually build into the mid to upper 60s by the end of the week. A few areas will top out around or just above 70 degrees. This is all due to a strong high pressure system which is moving overhead right now. It will start out with some gusty winds in the valley tomorrow and Monday, but once those move along, the temperatures will quickly start to rise again. The only bump in the road is a slightly less sunny day on Tuesday, as a very weak upper level system moves overhead. After that the sun comes back, allowing the temps to jump back up to where they were before.
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