Drier Weekend To End The Year

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Justin’s Thursday Night Forecast Discussion: 

Clouds streaming in with a weakening warm front overnight tonight but any rain that actually makes it to the ground will be very light, with the best spot likely seeing some drizzle at the coast. Lows will be a bit chillier tonight falling into the mid 30s. In the valley, I’m expecting to see some fog by daybreak.

The bulk of that system will slide into Northern California by Saturday so that should keep some thicker clouds hanging across here but showers will be gone. Highs for tomorrow through Sunday will be cool, at or around 40 degrees, but the trade off is patchy morning fog and partly cloudy to mostly sunny afternoons.

NEW YEAR’S EVE/DAY: Can you believe that with as wet as it has been this December (almost 7.5″ so far), right now, its looking like the dry weather holds for both Monday and Tuesday. A weak front comes through Monday but it shouldn’t bring more than just clouds and dry for your party plans. Highs will be chilly in the low 40s for Monday and mid 30s by midnight.  Rain showers finally start to break down the dry ridge by Wednesday night and Thursday.

Have a great Friday!

Chief Meteorologist Justin Stapleton

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