Another set of wonderful fall days in Northern California, cold front will move through, making Halloween a soggy affair.
Sunny skies and warm temperatures will stick around for the beginning of this week. Monday and Tuesday are looking like exemplary specimens of Northstate fall weather. Both days will see above average temperatures and bright sunshine. The only clouds will be the “decorative type” and won’t contain any rain but they will increase the farther north you go. Yreka, Alturas, and Mt. Shasta City will have the best chance of seeing more clouds than sun.
As for Halloween, a front is moving in off the Pacific and will slowly drag itself through our area. Models are slowing the precipitation down, so it looks like if you get out early you may be able to beat the rain. The rain now looks like it will struggle to make it through the mountains and will make it into the valley in the evening to overnight hours.
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