Spot Showers and Clouds Move Out Tomorrow Morning, Sunshine to Start the Week
Redding, Red Bluff, Chico
Clouds and spot showers for tonight, clearer skies for tomorrow afternoon.
Temperatures will stay nice and warm tomorrow, peaking in the mid to upper 60s despite the morning clouds. Those clouds will begin to clear by noon and will largely depart by mid afternoon. A few of those clouds could have a stray shower with them, but it won’t be anything more than a sprinkle. By the afternoon, the only areas left in the clouds will be in the mountains to the east, but those will clear out by Monday.
Monday looks gorgeous, temperatures will peak in the upper 60s to low 70s as the clouds clear out and make for a beautiful early spring day. Then things change quite a bit…on Tuesday a system from the Gulf of Alaska will move in and give us some much needed rain.
That system will start Tuesday night with light rain which will progress into steadier and heavier rain by Wednesday morning. The heaviest rain looks like it will move in early Wednesday and will be largely done by Wednesday evening. Snow levels for this system will start pretty high – around 5500ft. but will drop to near 3000ft. by Thursday. From there we start to look to the skies for the chance of some thunderstorms on Thursday. That’s because the center of the upper level low will be directly overhead during the peak heating of the day, which will destabilize the atmosphere and allow for some storms to fire off. We’ll keep a close eye on them as the week progresses.
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