Wednesday, August 5, 2020

Weather Discussion for Wednesday Aug. 5, 2020

Normal high/ low temperatures for Aug 3-Aug 10  (high/low) Redding 98/64, Chico 96/58, Quincy 90/43, Chester 86/44, Susanville 89/51, Grass Valley 89/56, Weaverville 95/48, Mt. Shasta 86/49, Yreka 92/52, Alturas 88/43
  
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High pressure is over the western U.S. and will hold there for at least the next week (see satellite picture and map below).  There are a few weather features to watch today.  First there will be some cumulus clouds over the mountains north of Redding today with isolated thunderstorms possible over Siskiyou and Modoc counties.  Second, overnight there was a strong push of marine air through the Delta and this morning low clouds extend from the Bay Area to north of Sacramento.  This cooler air will drop the temperatures in the valley today to several degrees below normal.  

Thursday through next week the inland areas of Northern California will be mostly clear.  Temperatures Thursday will be slightly below normal, but will be warming and by the weekend will be 4 to 6 degrees above normal.  Winds will be light.

The Old Forecaster

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