CHILLY OVERNIGHT LOWS WITH A WARMING TREND INTO THANKSGIVING
With a passing storm system, we saw temperatures drop to the 40s last night in the South Valley and upper 20s in Frazier Park. Those cold temperatures are due to a passing storm system, which has left cooler air set behind it. Low clouds developed along the mountains this morning with some leftover moisture, but no rain was picked up today.
As we head into the overnight hours temperatures will drop into the 40s in the South Valley again and 30s in the mountains so make sure to bundle up because tonight will be another chilly one. Tomorrow, we will start to see high pressure work his way into the area, which will start to heat things up over the next several days. Highs tomorrow will climb to the upper 60s and by Thanksgiving highs will climb to the upper 70s with an offshore flow taking over the area. With high pressure in place, skies will remain clear and travel will be okay if you're traveling over the Grapevine, but if you are planning on driving to Northern California please give yourself enough time since rain is expected on Wednesday and Thursday in northern California.
No rain is expected over the next 7-10 days, so go ahead and get that car washed :)
Weathercaster KAHTIA HALL - November 18, 2017 7:06 PM
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