The rain has moved in where we expected with even a few light showers and sprinkles reported in the Redding area.  Most of the rain will stay to our north with a continued chance for an isolated sprinkle or light shower in Redding and Red Bluff at least through the evening hours.

The main storm will be to our east on Thursday but there will still be some cooler air in place keeping the valley temperatures in the 80s under partly cloudy skies.  There may still be a few isolated showers in the mountains.

By Friday high pressure will start to rebuild back over the Northstate with highs climbing back up to the triple digits by Sunday.  It will be even hotter on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday with highs between 102 and 107 degrees.