Breezy, cool and a chance of showers

Here's what you can expect for weather midweek in Northern California (May 16, 2017)

Have you thought recently that it feels cooler than usual?

Well, if you have, then you're right.

After a stretch of dry weather for the first half of May, there’s a chance of precipitation across the valley. Rain amounts are minimal across the valley, but there are better projected totals across the foothills:

  • Valley: up to 0.10” of rain
  • Foothills: up to 0.25” of rain
  • Sierra: 1-2’ of snow

 There's a chance of valley and foothills showers, as well as Sierra snow and showers with this forecast. 

Today, Tuesday, May 16, expect breezy conditions, cooler weather and a chance of showers. For Wednesday, we get closer to average May temperatures as clouds move out and fair skies return. Wednesday's highs will be closer to average temps.

Later this week, the heat returns. Hot weather is back in the forecast starting Thursday possibly reaching 90s. then mid 90s on Saturday and staying there until Monday.

Average daytime high temperatures this time of year is 80 degrees.

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