This blog will be issued every Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday morning and updated if the weather is changing or critical or interesting weather events are occurring.
No map attached to this blog...the site is down. This morning's satellite picture (below) shows high pressure is over our area with the frontal systems or storms going by to our north. The high will get a little stronger through Monday. Today through Monday the north state will see partly to mostly sunny skies with a few mid and high clouds. Temperatures will continue well above normal and the north end of the valley will be near or just above the 80 degree mark Sunday and Monday.
The high pressure area will begin to weaken Tuesday. Wednesday a weak frontal system will move through the area. This system will bring a few showers to the higher elevations with isolated showers or sprinkles in the north valley. Snow levels will be above 6000 feet.
Thursday and most of Friday we will see a few clouds with slightly above normal temperatures. Friday night and Saturday another weak frontal system will showers to the area. Snow will be high.
The Old Forecaster