Weather Forecast: Scattered showers to finish the workweek
Scattered showers linger across the Northstate today so keep that jacket and umbrella handy while out. The bulk of the heavy rainfall is already on its way out but we could still see some small pockets later today, including the typical Shasta County convergence line. Winds will also slowly relax during the day staying mainly breezy. Gusty conditions may still be present over in Modoc County where a Wind Advisory and High Wind Warning remain in effect through 4 o'clock this afternoon.
We're also watching for snow levels to slowly fall with some wet snow possible above 5,000 feet over the southern cascades. A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect for parts of Siskiyou County today through 4pm. The second wave is slated to pass through tonight and into Friday keeping the chances for showers for the remainder of the week. We're still tracking a quick break by Veterans Day but keep the coat for any outdoor activities as temperatures will remain fairly cool, topping out in the 50s and 60s for the valley and the 40s and 50s for the mountains.
The drier weather will persist for some into Sunday. By the evening rain returns across the Northstate and lingers to start the following workweek. Colder air will also filter through dropping snow levels even lower, to around 4,000 feet. This could cause some travel delays so keep on top of any updates of the forecast over the next several days. Looking ahead the unsettled pattern will continue with another quick break from the wet weather on Tuesday followed by a fourth system next Wednesday.