A trough of low pressure to our northeast brought a few showers to Lassen and Plumas counties while keeping the rest of us cool on Monday.  The same trough will move well to our east and high pressure will build in behind it.  This will allow our temperatures to climb back up to mid to upper 90s with some of us reaching the triple digits the rest of the week. The warmest day will be on Wednesday with slightly cooler temperatures by the end of the week.

We are still tracking Hurricane Marie in the Pacific west of Mexico.  It is expected to track to the north this week and weaken as it moves through the cooler Pacific water.  Although we are still unsure of the exact timing and even intensity but the remnants of Marie are expected to impact us.  At the very least we will see partly to mostly cloudy skies with a chance for a few sprinkles or light showers.  Stay tuned as we continue to monitor Marie's progress.