The sunny and warm weather we have been experiencing the last few weeks is coming to an end as a series of weak storms approach Northern California. The first is scheduled to be here on Wednesday with the chances for showers increasing throughout the day. We’re not expecting a lot of rain in the valley but could be looking at a quarter to a half of an inch through Wednesday night. Snow levels will be between 4500 and 5500 feet.
There are a couple of colder storms expected to be here sometime this weekend but it looks like they will skirt Northern California meaning most of the rain and snow will be to our north. With this in mind we have included a chance for isolated sprinkles/light showers Friday through Sunday with snow levels as low as 3500 feet by the end of the weekend.
Monday and Tuesday of next week look dry with highs in the upper 50’s and lower 60’s under partly cloudy skies.