Morning lows have dropped significantly, especially on the East Side where temperatures are starting in the mid 20’s today. Some clouds are filtering in from the North, banking up along the Cascades. Come the mid-morning hours, most of the forecast area will be under mostly sunny skies with the exception of the Coastline where skies will remain partly cloudy most of the day before eventually clearing.
A weak disturbance will move in from the North and West Saturday evening. This will being mainly clouds to the region Saturday but isolated showers by the evening to the Coast, Cascades and Klamath Basin. Because showers could develop once the sun is setting, snow showers are certainly possible in the higher terrain (mainly across the East Side) with light accumulations expected. Snow levels will be roughly 5,500’ to 6,000.’
The system is a quick mover because by Sunday it’s already gone and a warming trend will begin. Clear skies are expected through the middle of next week. This will mean warming afternoon temperatures but cool mornings. By Wednesday & Thursday highs will be nearing 70 degrees in the Klamath Basin and the mid 70’s across Northern California and the Valley!
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Meteorologist Alyssa Caroprese