Some clouds lingering in northern California this morning from the low pressure located over central and southern California will start to depart the region later today. Clear skies return to inland areas tomorrow before a cold front passes through on Friday bringing in a few more clouds inland and showers at the coast. What we will feel inland is stronger winds that will last through the weekend as well as a drop in temperatures.
Inland areas should be staying dry with this first frontal passage but another will follow shortly after bringing rain inland Sunday into Monday with a few showers lingering into Tuesday. West of the Cascades has a better chance for rain than the east side, but both have the chance to get a significant amount of rainfall. After these two fronts pass the coast could receive over 1.5 inches and inland areas over half and inch with locally heavier amounts possible.
Keep in mind fire danger is still at ‘Extreme’ and regulations are still in place, head to ‘weather links’ to take a look at those.
Meteorologist Megan Parry