WARMING TREND INTO YOUR TURKEY DAY
We did see some pretty dense fog early this morning across the South Valley with clear skies overhead. Tonight, we have clouds pumping in from the northwest so that will prohibit any fog from developing tonight. With those clouds, temperatures across the area will be slightly warmer than last night as the clouds will help limit the loss of radiation emitted from the surface. Lows for the South Valley will drop into the mid 40s and mountains into the 30s tomorrow morning. Tomorrow afternoon highs will start to warm up as a warming trend begins into Thanksgiving. A ridge of high pressure will slowly nudge his way into the area and that will push temperatures to the upper 70s in the South Valley and low 70s in the mountains by your turkey day.
As high pressure continues to remain the dominant weather feature throughout the work week, no rain is expected to fall across the county. Rain is expected in Northern California throughout the week, but nothing for us. By the end of the week, high pressure will weaken and temperatures will slowly start to drop into the weekend.
Weathercaster KAHTIA HALL - November 19, 2017 7:06 PM
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