A line of weak showers moves through today. Temperatures cool for a few days before warming back up to end the week.
Today: Light and isolated rain showers for today for the west side of the forecast region. Otherwise, partly cloudy and warm. Temperatures will run 5-10 cooler for areas on the west side, and about the same or warmer for the east side and N. California. Winds will run 5-15 mph from the NW with gusts to 25.
Tonight: Showers wrap up overnight. Winds begin calming. Temperatures will run a little warmer where clouds are present.
Tomorrow: Tomorrow kicks off another high pressure ridge. Temperatures will run another 5-10 degrees cooler for all locations due to the cooler air behind the front. Mostly sunny skies or partly cloudy for the Basin. A stray shower may fall in Lake and Modoc Counties.
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