Thanks to the clouds most of us in the valley were able to dodge the triple digits only making it to the mid to upper 90s. Not bad considering the fact that without the clouds many of us would have been closer to 100 or even 105 degrees. The clouds did produce a few drops here and there but not much as most of it evaporated before reaching the ground.
We may still see a chance for isolated showers and thunderstorms in the mountains through the evening hours but since there wasn't enough daytime heating we're not expected to see much activity. That being said there is still a Red Flag Warning for Siskiyou, Modoc and Trinity Counties until 11pm Tuesday. There is also a Fire Weather Watch for Eastern Siskiyou and Modoc Counties from Wednesday afternoon through the evening hours. Click here for full details.
The clouds are expected to move out Wednesday and the triple digits will return at least in Redding and Red Bluff while Chico will be closer to the upper 90s. There will be a slight cooling trend after that dropping to the upper 90s on Friday and Saturday for Redding and Red Bluff. Chico will drop to the low to mid 90s.
High pressure builds back over the Northstate next week bringing back the triple digits in the valley