Warm Weather Continues Before Rain Moves In Next Week
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SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – It’s another round of above normal temperatures for Sacramento region and Northern California this weekend.
Temperatures have topped out in the upper 60s, when we normally should be in the low 60s.
Some high clouds over the valley have been pushing east and will make for a mostly clear and cool evening.
Expect temperatures in the upper 30s and low 40s Saturday night in the Sacramento area, with patchy fog developing later in the night and continuing into early Sunday.
Big weather changes will come by late Monday and into Tuesday as a low pressure system will impact the region, brining up to half inch of rain to the Central Valley and several inches of snow for the mountains.
Although the region has had a dry start to the year, the wet November and December months kept the area close to normal.
The rain will linger into Wednesday with temperatures falling into the mid 50s.
The rest of the week will remain unsettled as another low pressure system will pass the area and keep chances of rain in the forecast.