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StormWatch 12 Forecast

Monday marked the 4th day in a row that afternoon highs topped the 80 degree mark. It will also be the last, for a little while, at least.



Forecast

  • Today:  Tuesday's highs will be about 10 degrees cooler for inland locations, with clouds increasing through the afternoon. Isolated showers will be possible later in the day, along with a few thunderstorms in northern California, as well as east of the Cascades.
  • Tonight:  A few showers early, then otherwise mostly cloudy skies. Temperatures will be cool.
  • Tomorrow:  High temperatures Wednesday will be about five degrees cooler than Tuesday. Expect mostly sunny skies.
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StormWatch 12 Forecast

Monday marked the 4th day in a row that afternoon highs topped the 80 degree mark. It will also be the last, for a little while, at least.

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