Our next storm system will hold off for another dry with dry weather persisting through your Sunday for the Northstate. Cloud cover will start to increase with partly sunny skies expected for most of the day. Temperatures will remain below average as well topping out in the low 60s throughout the valley and the 40s and 50s across the mountains.
The rain looks to hold off until very late Sunday night, first along the coast then sagging southeast into the valley into early Monday morning. Along the cold front will be heaviest rainfall along with some breezy winds. Once that passes activity will become more scattered and isolated throughout the day. We’ll take another break from the wet weather on Tuesday before the next system moves through Wednesday.
This one will be colder dropping snow levels between 4 and 5,000 feet. Look for some activity to linger into Thursday before taking another break to finish the workweek. Extended forecast models are picking up a third wave to pass through just in time for next Saturday with more rain and mountain snow possible leading towards thanksgiving. Stick with the First Alert Weather team as we continue to update the forecast as we head towards the holiday.