Wednesday, December 11, 2019

Weather Discussion fo Wednesday Dec. 11, 2019

Normal high/ low temperatures for Dec-9-Dec 16  (high/low) Redding 56/36, Chico 55/35, Quincy 46/25, Chester 43/21, Susanville 42/22, Grass Valley 53/32, Weaverville 46/28, Mt. Shasta 44/26, Yreka 44/25, Alturas 44/19
  
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The next frontal system is moving onshore,  This system will bring rain to our area today and early Thursday.  Snow levels will be 5000 to 6000 feet.   Friday and early Saturday more rain as the next storm moves through.  Snow levels will be a lttle lower...4000 feet north and 5000  feet south.
Sunday through Monday skies will be partly cloudy to partly sunny with near normal temperatures
It looks like the next front will reach Northern California the midpart of next week

The Old Forecaster

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Monday, December 9, 2019

Weather Discussion for Monday Dec. 9, 2019

Normal high/ low temperatures for Dec-9-Dec 16  (high/low) Redding 56/36, Chico 55/35, Quincy 46/25, Chester 43/21, Susanville 42/22, Grass Valley 53/32, Weaverville 46/28, Mt. Shasta 44/26, Yreka 44/25, Alturas 44/19
  
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Partly to mostly sunny today with near normal temperatures and light wind.  Tuesday through the weekend we will be under a weather pattern like the one shown on the map below.  The jetstream will run across the Pacific and enter the coast just north of our area.  Fast moving frontal systems will ride along the jetstream and as they move through will bring clouds and light rain or showers.  The first system will move through late Tuesday and early Wednesday.  Snow levels will be 4000 to 5000 feet.  There will be a brief break and then another frontal system Thursday and Friday.   Snow remain 4000 to 5000 feet. 

At this time it looks like the weekend will be partly cloudy with a isolated showers possible Saturday morning.

The Old Forecaster

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Saturday, December 7, 2019

Weather Discussion for Saturday Dec. 7, 2019

Normal high/ low temperatures for Dec-2-Dec 9  (high/low) Redding 59/38, Chico 60/38, Quincy 51/26, Chester 46/24, Susanville 47/25, Grass Valley 56/34, Weaverville 51/31, Mt. Shasta 47/28, Yreka 49/27, Alturas 48/21
  
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The low off the coast is moving slowly eastward.  This low is similar to the last one but will take a more northeastward track as in moves inland late today and earlier Sunday.  Northern California will receive light to moderate rain today, with gusty south winds.  Snow levels will be 5000 feet north and 6000 feet south.  The precipitation turns to showers Sunday morning and then decreases during the day.  

Next week will be caught between a high pressure ridge to our south that will be trying to push northward and an active jetstream that will be running across the Pacific and into the coast.  The effect of the ridge will be to push storms a little northward as they hit the coast.  Monday and early Tuesday we will be partly to mostly sunny.   Tuesday night and Wednesday a weak frontal system will brush the north state (see map below). This system will bring showers to the north coast and northern mountains.   It will be followed by another weak frontal system moving through Thursday and Friday.
The Old Forecaster

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Wednesday, December 4, 2019

Weather Discussion for Wednesday Dec 4, 2019

Normal high/ low temperatures for Dec-2-Dec 9  (high/low) Redding 59/38, Chico 60/38, Quincy 51/26, Chester 46/24, Susanville 47/25, Grass Valley 56/34, Weaverville 51/31, Mt. Shasta 47/28, Yreka 49/27, Alturas 48/21
  
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The low pressure area that had been off the coast is finally moving eastward.   The low is moving across Southern California and is pushing clouds northward over our area   Most of the precipitation from this system will be over the southern half of the state.  There will be a brief break Thursday.   However by late Thursday another slow moving low pressure area will be approaching the coast.   This low will move slowly across Northern California Friday and Saturday (see map below).  During this time all of the north state will get light to moderate precipitation.   Snow levels will be 4500 feet north to 6000 feet south.  Sunday we will see a few morning showers.   Monday through midweek look dry and mild.

The Old Forecaster

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Monday, December 2, 2019

Weather Discussion for Monday Dec.2, 2019

Normal high/ low temperatures for Dec-2-Dec 9  (high/low) Redding 59/38, Chico 60/38, Quincy 51/26, Chester 46/24, Susanville 47/25, Grass Valley 56/34, Weaverville 51/31, Mt. Shasta 47/28, Yreka 49/27, Alturas 48/21
  
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The low pressure area continues spinning off the coast.  The low will begin to move eastward late Tuesday and be east of our area by Wednesday.  Today there will be rain east and south of Shasta Co. with showers to the north.   Snow levels will be 4000 to 5000 feet north and 6000 feet south. Tuesday there will be scattered showers mainly over the foothills and mountains with most shower activity ending Wednesday.  Snow levels will remain about where they are.

The next low pressure area will slowly approach the coast late Thursday and will bring rain to the north state Friday and Saturday (see map below).  Snow levels will continue 4000 to 5000 feet. The low will be east of the area Sunday and the showers will be ending.  The first part of next week look partly to mostly sunny,

The Old Forecaster

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