The clouds cleared just before sunset Tuesday as the cold front moved on and high pressure moves in.
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Because of the clear skies overnight, temperatures dropped into the mid 40s, allowing fog to form in the valleys.
With high pressure in place, the fog will break mid-day, giving way to mostly sunny skies. Temperatures should make it into the mid 70s today and low 80s Thursday.
By Friday the ridge of high pressure will start to slide off to east and this will once again open the door to the Pacific. At first, it’ll just be a few clouds and cooler temperatures Friday, but rain chances arrive over the weekend.
Temperatures will drop into the upper 60s and low 70s for Saturday and Sunday. Saturday we have a chance for scattered showers, followed by another chance Sunday night and throughout the day on Monday. But it’s Tuesday that the real rain arrives.
A decent sized storm is set to arrive Tuesday morning which if everything holds, would bring the most rain we’ve seen in about three months.
Have a great Wednesday!
Meteorologist Melissa Frey