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StormWatch 12 Forecast

While this cold front won’t bring much rain with it, temperatures will be dropping quite a a bit for Wednesday. A couple of showers will still be possible along the coast and along and west of the Cascades, but no measurable rainfall is expected. In the basin and northern California, Wednesday will be dry.



Forecast

  • Today:  Wednesday will feature cooler temperatures behind the cold front passing through the area. Expect mostly to partly cloudy skies and the chance for a stray shower on the coast and along and west of the Cascades. Winds will be breezy from the west 10 to 15 mph with gusts up to 25 mph.
  • Tonight:  Skies will be partly to mostly cloudy Wednesday night. A shower or two will be possible and temperatures will be a bit cooler than average for most locations.
  • Tomorrow:  Thursday's temperatures will remain about 10 degrees below average. With the cold front shifted further east, a stray shower will be possible in mainly Lake and Modoc Counties. Skies start out partly cloudy, then gradually clear later in the day.
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Weather Discussion

StormWatch 12 Forecast

While this cold front won’t bring much rain with it, temperatures will be dropping quite a a bit for Wednesday. A couple of showers will still be possible along the coast and along and west of the Cascades, but no measurable rainfall is expected. In the basin and northern California, Wednesday will be dry.

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