This weekend we will continue to have basically the same weather we've been having for well over a month. That means temperatures will remain around fifteen degrees or more degrees above normal during the day. Mornings will cool off as the winds are expected to calm down, so patchy frost is possible but just in isolated locations. High fire danger continues in the foothills, canyons, and mountains as exceptionally dry conditions abound as well as warm temperatures and low humidity, especially for this time of year.
Looking long-range forecast models are showing a possibility of a storm finally breaking down the nearly permanent high pressure ridge toward the end of next week. But, needless to say this has been forecast to happen for about a month and basically nothing has materialized, so the chance for rain before January ends, as of now, looks unlikely, but, still, possible.
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