Another beautiful day in store tomorrow, weak cold front moves through on Wednesday.
Temps are continuing to fall across the NorthState. We'll see another frosty night as high pressure retains its control of the west coast. This will keep the nights frosty and clear, and the days sunny and warm. Temperatures will peak in the mid 60s to close to 70 near Redding. Again, the farther north you go in the valley the warmer it will get. Chico will see highs in the low 60s, while Red Bluff and Redding will be in the upper 60s to close to 70. The strong inversion will also be established overnight, with lows in the valley being much cooler than areas in the 1000-2000 foot range.
Mid week the pattern shifts slightly, the ridge breaks overhead and allows a weak front to move through the NorthState. The models have been steadily drying the front, so temperatures will dip, but we’ll still see highs at or just above 60 degrees. Most of the clouds will depart in the morning hours, so the afternoon will be beautiful and sunny making way for the next warm high to move in for the rest of the week. Thursday and Friday will see temperatures continue to warm through the rest of the week before a much more substantial looking pattern shift takes hold for the weekend.
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