Rain Sticks Around Through Tonight, Clouds and Showers For Tomorrow
Redding, Red Bluff, Chico
Heavy rain still falling in the NorthState, we’ll see a break tonight before more showers move in for Sunday.
A cold front will continue to move through the NorthState bringing heavy rain, gusty winds and isolated thunderstorms. After the front moves through Saturday evening we’ll see the rain largely end in the valley. A few showers will stick around through the rest of the night as the center of the upper level low moves overhead, but the steadier rain will be confined to the south with Chico and Oroville having the best chance of seeing rain.
Next week we’ll still be seeing rain move through, though this time the precip will confine itself to the northern half of the valley. Redding, Anderson and Red Bluff will have the best chance of seeing rain, with Red Bluff receiving mainly brief light rain and scattered showers. North of Redding we’re expecting heavier rain and isolated thunderstorms. The winds will start to kick up on Monday as well. The higher elevations and exposed areas could see wind gusts over 40 mph.
Later in the week we’re still going to be in the clouds as more storms fire around the bottom of the upper level low. These will bring reinforcing shots of rain to the NorthState along with more clouds and isolated gusty winds. The good news is that the clouds all clear out by the time Thanksgiving rolls around just in time for the football games.
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