Another quiet day is ahead with temperatures trending a few degrees cooler than Monday. Skies will stay partly to mostly sunny along and west of the Cascades, and mostly sunny in the Basin and over Northern California.
An area of low pressure to our north and west will continue moving toward Southern Oregon into Wednesday and this is going to bring some showers overnight to the Coast. There is a small chance for some thunderstorms overnight and that threat will shift inland by Wednesday. However, thunderstorms will be very isolated if any develop at all and should remain north of Highway 140. Only the Cascades have thunderstorms in the forecast for Wednesday.
We will clear things out by Thursday before bringing in another area of low pressure for the end of the week. This upper level low is going to be to our south and is a typical set up for shower and thunderstorm activity over Southern Oregon & Northern California. For now, showers and storms are expected Friday and Saturday across all inland locations. The best bet for scattered thunderstorms will be on Saturday though.
Meteorologist Alyssa Caroprese