Above average highs this week
Wednesday, January 23rd, 2019 (9:05 AM)
Northerly winds kept the Central Valley fog free Tuesday morning but lighter winds this morning could bring some patchy fog with the best chances closer to Butte & Glenn Counties. These lighter winds will also allow for cooler lows with widespread low to mid 30s for most of the valley this morning.
It is expected to be a little breezy at times over the next several days with the strongest winds this Thursday and Monday of next week. Otherwise, it will be mostly sunny with fairly calm winds.
There will be a gradual warming trend the next several days with highs eventually reaching the mid to upper 60s by Thursday in the valley. Some 70s will even be possible for isolated parts of the valley through Sunday.
We will keep our highs above normal through the weekend and even into next week under mostly sunny skies. Long range forecast models keep us dry and mild the rest of the month and even into the first week of February.
Today's Record Temperatures