The first day of winter is just two days away, but looking out the window you wouldn’t necessarily know it. We’re over four and a half inches below average for rainfall on the month and about five degrees below average temperature-wise.
This week isn’t bringing much in terms of winter weather. High pressure will strengthen Monday and Tuesday, leaving us with mostly sunny skies, fog in the valley and temperatures in the low to mid 40s during the day and low 30s overnight.
A weak storm will move through Wednesday morning. This will bring in increased cloud cover and a chance for a few light showers. (similar to what we saw on Sunday)
The ridge of high pressure will regain control for Thursday, leaving the valley foggy and cool and the rest of the state mostly sunny.
Another storm will move in Friday bringing a better chance for widespread rain.
It doesn’t look like we’ll see a white Christmas this year. At this point it’s looking dry and possibly foggy. At least it’ll be an easy commute for holiday travelers :-).
Have a great Monday!
Meteorologist Melissa Frey