Rain and snow has started to diminish across the area and this will continue into the overnight hours. The heaviest amounts of precipitation will fall (mainly as rain) in northern California. Winds still remain fairly breezy into tonight which will warrant a WIND ADVISORY until 4 am for the Summer Lake area and Shasta Valley. Because of the decrease in winter precipitation for the upper elevations, the WINTER WEATHER WATCH has been downgraded to just an ADVISORY until 10 Saturday night. More rain is expected Sunday, especially in Northern California and the coast. The valleys and basin areas will see light to moderate rain on Sunday with a few peaks of sunshine.
Next week we will be under another active weather pattern as another low pressure system moves in and drops more precipitation into the area. Monday looks to be the best day to see isolated showers and peaks of sunshine. Starting Tuesday, the rain will move in to all areas. The mountain areas will see mainly a rain and snow mix, but all other areas will experience rain showers. Temperatures into next week will remain mild.
Thanks for logging on. Have a great evening!
Meteorologist Seth Phillips