High pressure continues to reign over our current weather pattern. This pattern has brought sunny skies, dry conditions and temperatures well above average for this time of the year to Northern California.
Many locations in the Central Valley are experiencing afternoon high temperatures that are 10 to 15 degrees warmer than average. In fact, these temperatures are so warm, we could be looking at some new record high temperatures.
Here are the upcoming days we're watching:
- Friday, Nov. 8 - Record high: 81 in 1955 - Forecast: 79
- Sunday, Nov. 10 - Record high: 79 in 1955 - Forecast: 78
- Monday, Nov. 11 - Record high: 77 in 1996 - Forecast: 78
After this stretch of above-average temperatures, next week we'll see temperatures closer to more seasonal highs for this time of the year.
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