Another beautiful California weekend, clear skies and warm temps return.
Temperatures will peak in the mid 70’s in the valley today, and will increase into the low 80’s tomorrow. There could be some isolated pockets of fog in the valleys as the air starts to stagnate overhead. This is due to a high pressure system which will stick around for the next several days. It will allow us to see the sun for the next week or so but could allow for some patchy areas of fog overnight and into the early morning.
Late week we’re watching another strong storm moving in off the Pacific. It’s from the Gulf of Alaska and will have quite a bit of cold air along with it. Initial forecasts (keep in mind that this storm is still almost a week out) show snow levels getting down as low as 3000 feet. There will also be the threat of thunderstorms as the cold air pools overhead and the sun breaks out mid-trough. We’ll keep you posted as things develop.
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And be sure to tune in tonight on the KRCR Channel 7 News at 4:30 for your full forecast.