The dry air mass that has been in place since the middle of last week has now pushed eastward. This means more low lying clouds and fog will develop for the Coastline & valleys into the coming days. This will impact morning lows, making them not quite as cold as the past few days …but still in the 20’s for west side valleys and well below normal.
Low lying clouds and fog will lift by late morning and sunny skies will prevail. The Chetco Effect will come to an end this evening. This will cool afternoon highs at the Coast into the second half of the weekend.
The next chance for wet weather moves in for the middle of the week. The good news is that at this point, the bulk of this holiday system pushes to our south. The best chance for showers Wednesday evening and Thursday morning will be at the Coast & over Siskiyou County, however this is still a slight chance. Also, snow levels will remain above passes so no major winter wx impacts are anticipated.
Meteorologist Alyssa Caroprese