A cut off low to our West will bring isolated thunderstorms and spotty showers to the region for the afternoon. Despite the scattered wet weather, the sun will still make an appearance but skies will remain partly cloudy for a good majority of the day.
The thunderstorm threat is just for the Klamath Basin. Sunday evening a band of showers and thunderstorms developed over Modoc County and into Lake County, and this band is continuing to bring rain showers to southern Lake County this morning. It will dissipate through the day and by late afternoon, surface heating should spark another round of convection.
A brief break of wet weather over the viewing area as a whole will come Tuesday (with the exception of some drizzle along the Coast) and by Wednesday another round of showers and storms will move in. This will also be associated with the cut off low to our north and west. By Thursday, it begins driving inland and then north of the region. By then, clear skies and warmer weather will move in.
Meteorologist Alyssa Caroprese