VIDEO: Thursday Morning Forecast

Wed Jan 29 05:12:19 PST 2020

VIDEO: Thursday Morning Forecast

Cloudy skies will dominate the weather through the rest of this week. Low-level moisture and cool air aloft, will contribute to these clouds. Temperatures will be mild through the week with high temperatures expected in the upper 20s and low 30s between now and Friday.

Weather Authority Forecast: Fri. February 21

High pressure will dominate the region again today. We will see lots of sunshine, but temperatures begin to moderate a bit. A warm front moved through overnight and winds have shifted to southwesterly. Highs are anticipated in the teens once agamid-30s today after lows dipped into the single digits this morning. This massive ridge will continue to dominate the weather into the weekend. We will see more sun and Saturday and partly cloudy skies on Sunday, but with southerly winds, temperatures are expected to top off in the 40s.

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