Dry weather for at least the next week. Patchy late night and morning fog and frost possible in the Central Valley.

high temperature forecast


Satellite imagery shows extensive high clouds continuing to spill into NorCal through the ridge along the West Coast. These clouds will likely help to inhibit widespread fog development again this morning. Current temperatures are mostly a little milder compared to 24 hours ago, and humidity is running a little lower. Dry and mild weather is expected across the region through the remainder of the week.

Highs will be around 5-10 degrees above average, and lows will be a little above average. Patches of late night and morning fog and frost will continue to be possible in the Central Valley. Varying amounts of high clouds will be possible at times.

Extended Discussion (Saturday through Tuesday)

EPAC upper ridge extends inland over NorCal as closed upper low remains quasistationary off the SoCal coast through the weekend. Models diverge with handling of low early next week but consensus is it remains well south of the CWA as a weak upper low approaches the NW CA coast Tuesday.

Pattern keeps the forecast dry through the extended period with near to slightly above normal high temperatures. Some patchy late night/morning fog possible in the Southern Sac/San Joaquin Valleys.