Rain showers with a cold front will keep things wet all day.

A cold front moving through the area will produce about ¼” of rain for the valley.  The mountains to the east could see up to an inch in spots along with areas to the north and west.  Favored areas look to be right around Burney and along Hwy 299.  Highs today won’t reach out of the 50s and most areas will stay in the low 50s. 

Tomorrow the rain dies off and we’ll see clearing skies as high pressure builds back in.  Winds will kick up post frontal and we could see gusts to 25mph on Sunday.  That means that almost all the rain we get will likely get dried up by those dry north winds and then further desiccated by the high as it keeps all the moisture away through the rest of next week.  Expect highs next week to peak in the upper 60s to low 70s.

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