Monday, June 4, 2018

Weather Discussion for Monday June 4, 2018

Normal high and low temperatures for June 4-June 11  (high/low) Redding 88/60, Chico 88/56, Quincy 79/41, Chester 75/40, Susanville 78/45, Grass Valley 77/50, Weaverville 82/44, Mt. Shasta 73/44, Yreka 79/45, Alturas 75/40

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.

High pressure is over the western U.S. with the jetstream to our north.   Today through Friday we will see mostly sunny skies with temperatures a few degrees above normal.  Thursday afternoon there could be isolated afternoon and evening thunderstorms near the Oregon border as a weak frontal system passes by to our north.  Gusty southwest to northwest winds will occur in the afternoons.

Saturday a stronger low pressure trough will push into the Pacific Northwest (see map below).   The main effect this system will have on the north state is cooler temperatures and gusty southwest to west winds.  The areas north of Redding will see a few clouds and there will be isolated afternoon and evening thunderstorms over Siskiyou and Modoc counties.   Sunday high pressure begins to build over our area and next week look sunny and hot.

The Old Forecaster

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