Temperatures will be above normal again today. However, clouds will be increasing during the afternoon as the low pressure trough and frontal system move toward the coast. Rain will reach the coast this evening and spread across the area Friday. Thunderstorms are possible Friday afternoon Snow levels will start out high but lower to 4000 to 5000 feet by Friday night. Strong and gusty south winds will move into the area tonight will continue until midday Friday. These winds will not be as strong as last weekends storm.
The precipitation will turn to showers Friday evening. Saturday the valley will be partly sunny to partly cloudy. The higher elevations will be partly cloudy with showers continuing over the areas north and east of the valley until late afternoon. Snow levels will be 4000 to 4500 feet.
Sunday high pressure begins to build along the coast and it will hold there through at least the latter part of next week. (see map below). Most of the north partly to mostly sunny...however, the north coast and areas north of Redding will be partly cloudy late Monday and Tuesday from a storm moving through the Pacific Northwest.
Weather Outlook for Redding, Shasta Lake City, Anderson, Cottonwood, and Red Bluff
Sunday: Partly sunny with a few clouds. Max temps 68 to 73. North wind 10 to 18 mph.
Sunday Night: Clear. Min temps 43 to 50. Light wind.