Saturday, December 2, 2017

Weather Discussion for Saturday December 2, 2017

Normal high and low temperatures for Nov 27-Dec 4  (high/low)...Redding 58/38, Chico 60/38, Quincy 50/27, Chester 45/24, Susanville 47/25, Grass Valley 56/34, Weaverville 51/31, Mt. Shasta 47/28, Yreka 48/27, Alturas 46/21

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.

Blog is a little late this morning due to internet issues.  This morning's satellite picture (below) show a low pressure area along the Canadian coast moving southward.   Clouds from this system are already over Northern California with rain over the northwestern sections of the state.   The rain will spread slowly southward with light rain over the foothills, mountains and in the valley north of Red Bluff later today and tonight.  Snow levels will be 5000 feet.   The precipitation will end over most areas by Sunday morning with snow showers continuing over the Sierras until midday.   

Monday through next weekend a strong high pressure ridge will be along and over the west coast (see map below).  The north state will have clear skies with above normal daytime temperatures.   There will be periods of gusty north winds during this time. 

The Old Forecaster

Click here for latest CalTrans Chain Control Information

Click on images below to enlarge them...



4 comments:

  1. After last years record setting rain looks like this year is going to come up short. Any thoughts?

    ReplyDelete
  2. Just wanted you to know how much I appreciate this blog.
    Thanks Old Forecaster.

    Truthlover

    ReplyDelete
  3. While the ridge looks impressive I think the last half of Dec. will be wet. Overall, for the rain year 95 to 110%.

    ReplyDelete
  4. 100 % of average... I'll take it! So Cal is dying BTW. There are places there that have received just .84 since last March!

    ReplyDelete