COOLER TEMPS, CLOUDS AND WIND THIS WEEKEND - THEN RAPID WARMUP NEXT WEEK

Another major storm is heading into Northern California. The tail end of the storm will move through on Sunday, further south than was earlier expected.

A few sprinkles may occur, but the biggest contribution to our weather will be cooler temperatures on Saturday and Sunday, and the possibility of very strong winds on Sunday.

  • Saturday: 74/52 increasing cloudiness
  • Sunday: 70/49 partly cloudy, very high winds possible (30-40, G50-70 possible!)
  • Monday: 68/47 clearing, winds decreasing
  • Tuesday: 77/52
  • Wednesday: 85/57
  • Thursday: 90/59
  • Friday: 88/59

Again, the potential for very strong winds exists for Sunday. Some computer models predicts gusts to 40-50 mph, others predict gusts over 70 mph. Be prepared for gusty winds either way, and possible blowing dust, especially along the I-10 corridor on Sunday.

After the storm systems moves east on Sunday, a strong high pressure is expected to build over the area the remainder of the week, with temperatures climbing to possibly 90 degrees by Thursday. Long term analysis is currently trending on the dry side.

Have a great weekend!!