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VIDEO FORECAST: Brighter and Warmer Sunday

Sunshine completely returns tomorrow.

Posted: Sat May 26 18:38:27 PDT 2018
Updated: Sat May 26 18:38:27 PDT 2018

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is high confidence in the forecast of a drying and warming trend into tuesday as a ridge builds into the area. the pattern will change on tuesday. the gfs and ecmwf have trended a bit deeper and wetter with a farther southerly track for an upper low moving south-southeast along the alaskan coast to near vancouver island on tuesday. first, an upper low has tracked across nevada today while high pressure centered far offshore builds into our region. early this afternoon, the last few bands of light showers wrapping around the back side of the low have been diminishing over lake and modoc counties. in the past 24 hours, amounts of a quarter of an inch to an inch were common in lake and modoc counties, including 2.08 inches measured at browns well in lake county. lighter amounts were measured in klamath and siskiyou counties. so hopefully, that will not impact your plans too much. gulf coast residents are bracing for subtropical
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