Monday, March 30, 2020
Here’s the latest update from the KRON4 Weather Center:
Variable clouds to sunny skies to kick your weekday off. There is still a chance of a few, modest showers for the North Bay this afternoon and into tonight. Much of the rest of the Bay will be spared, although not impossible for an early Tuesday morning sprinkle in the East Bay.
For Tuesday, another wrinkle, breezy conditions will settle in, as a ‘charge of the guard,’ with a weak high pressure jumping in for much of the week. Temperatures today and early week, will remain cool, struggling through the 60’s, but some Inland areas might pop to 70 come midweek.
Sunny and dry for this week, gradual increase in our numbers, where lower 70’s will be the norm come the end of the week. However, just as the weekend gets here, the traffic from the Gulf of Alaska will continue to provide us with systems for rain and showers right into the following week. This will continue to deliver mountain snows as well.
Average highs for most Inland areas across the Bay, are still south of 70, riding in the mid to upper 60’s, so we’ll be fairly close to our averages for this week ahead.
Additionally, we getting dry, and need to milk the wet season before things change later in the Spring.
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