Storm Tracker Forecast – Patches of rain welcome late tonight and Tuesday | Forecast


We started the new week with fairly calm weather in northern California, but it will soon become much more active. A cold front will move overhead and it will provide much needed rain this evening with more showers on Tuesday. We can expect an increase in cloudiness throughout the evening, with rain and snow at very high altitudes moving west to east in our area overnight. Lows will remain warmer due to cloud, ranging from the 30s in the mountains to the 40s and 50s in the valley and foothills. Tuesday will start with morning rain, but will change to rain showers in the afternoon. Isolated thunderstorms are also possible. Daytime highs will range from the 40s and 50s in the mountains and foothills to the 60s in the valley.

Most of the rain and snow in the mountains with this storm will be over by late Tuesday evening. A ridge of high pressure will ease our weather for the second half of the week. We will warm again to above average levels, but we will also have clouds from time to time. Late Friday, another storm will move towards the west coast, and it will bring colder air and a better chance of more rain and mountain snow. Snow levels will be much lower this weekend than they will be tonight and Friday. No one will get heavy rain or snow, but anything will certainly be welcome. Persistent showers are possible on Sunday when the storm leaves, and mild air will return next Monday. The peaks in the valley will climb from the 60s to the 70s before cooling down to the 60s.


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