Saturday, April 10, 2021

Weather Discussion for Saturday April 10, 2021

Normal high/ low temperatures for April 5-April 12 (high/low) Redding 70/46, Chico 72/44, Quincy 62/31, Chester 57/28, Susanville 61/32, Grass Valley 62/38, Weaverville 65/33, Mt. Shasta 58/33, Yreka 63/33, Alturas 59/28

  
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 continues off the coast.  Today through midday Monday we will have mostly clear skies.  Temperatures will continue above normal.  Light to moderate north winds will occur today and Sunday.  

Monday a low pressure area will drop southward from Western Canada and end up over the Great Basin (see map below).  The low will remain there through Thursday.  This system has limited moisture.  Monday night through Wednesday there will be partly cloudy skies east of the Sierra Cascade Crest with isolated light showers.  The areas east of the Crest will see mostly sunny skies with a few clouds in the afternoons.  Temperatures will cool but still be above normal west of the crest.  Gusty north to northeast winds will occur late Monday through Wednesday.  

Thursday through the weekend look clear with warmer temperatures and light winds. 

The Old Forecaster
  
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2 comments:

  1. These north winds are making me sick. There has not been a day that they have not been present. This is going to be a problem as we go on this year. When that low goes into Great Basin the wind is relentless. Has there been one low pressure off the Pacific this year. SW winds have been missing

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  2. Your are right more north winds than usual.

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