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Redding, CA 96002

61°F

Overcast Feels like 61°
  • 6 mph SSE
  • 48%
  • 41°
  • 30.06 in
  • 7:04 AM
  • 7:27 PM

TONIGHT

47°F
Partly Cloudy

  • 3 mph SSW
  • 0%
  • 7:27 PM
  • Saturday

    63° / 47°
  • Sunday

    53° / 43°
  • Monday

    65° / 45°
  • Tuesday

    74° / 48°
  • Wednesday

    75° / 50°
  • Thursday

    68° / 46°

Daily Forecast

48 Hour Forecast

Saturday :

Saturday Night: Cloudy this evening with showers after midnight. Low 47F. Winds light and variable. Chance of rain 60%.

Sunday : Rain. High 53F. Winds S at 5 to 10 mph. Chance of rain 90%. Rainfall around a quarter of an inch.

Sunday Night: Occasional rain tapering to a few showers late. Low 43F. Winds SW at 5 to 10 mph. Chance of rain 90%.

Monday : Mostly sunny. Highs in the mid 60s and lows in the mid 40s.

Redding Daily Forecast

  • Saturday

    63° / 47°
    Showers Late 60%
  • Sunday

    53° / 43°
    Rain 90%
  • Monday

    65° / 45°
    Mostly Sunny 20%
  • Tuesday

    74° / 48°
    Mostly Sunny 0%
  • Wednesday

    75° / 50°
    Partly Cloudy 0%
  • Thursday

    68° / 46°
    Partly Cloudy 20%
  • Friday

    78° / 51°
    Sunny 0%
  • Saturday

    84° / 53°
    Mostly Sunny 0%

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3 Period Forecast

  • Current

    61°
    Overcast
  • Tonight

    59°
    Partly Cloudy 0%
  • Tomorrow

    53°/43°
    Rain 90%

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Weather

Weather Forecast: Rain and Gusty Winds to Finish the Weekend

Redding, Chico and Red Bluff

Jeremy's March 25th Video Forecast

After a break from the rain Saturday, the wet weather will return throughout the Northstate to finish off the weekend. Sunday will start off cloudy but dry for the morning as the system first hits the coast and then shifts east throughout the region by the afternoon. At the same time winds will pick up out of the south becoming gusty at times with speeds maxing out around 25 to 30 mph.

The cooler air in place will keep snow levels around 4 to 5000 feet throughout most of the day with only a few inches expected, most of the accumulation will remain along the highest peaks of the coastal range, southern Cascades and Sierra Mountains. Rain estimate for the valley will run around a quarter of an inch with more extend across the northern edge near Redding and along the foothills. Some of the activity will linger heading into Monday remaining mostly across the mountains.

By Tuesday a ridge of high pressure will build drying conditions back out and warming temperatures back into the 70s for the valley. A weak system will try to sneak through Wednesday and Thursday but may not amount to much of an impact. Right now we’re calling for some showers mostly across the mountains and northern edge of the valley. Dry weather will persist to finish off the week and heading into the following weekend where some areas of the valley could crack into the low 80s by Sunday.