Weather Forecast: Showers linger as second system moves in tonight


Scattered showers linger across the North Coast 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. The second wave is slated to pass through tonight and into Friday keeping the chances for showers for the remainder of the week. Overnight we may even see a few isolated thunderstorms mainly over the northern waters.

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 coast and inland valleys. There may be enough of a break that inland areas will see some fog develop to start off the day, slowly dissipating through the afternoon.

The drier weather ends Sunday as a third system enters the North Coast and lingers into the start of 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 across the Trinity Alps 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.