Warm, and dry weather will continue on Wednesday, then cooler Thursday and Friday. Increased north winds and warmer into the weekend and early next week.

An upper-level ridge is in place over Northern California will bring another dry and very warm day.

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Light winds can be expected until the delta breeze gets going this evening. We can expect similar conditions on Thursday, which will cool high temperatures back into the 80`s. Southwest wind gusts up to 25 mph will be possible. Winds will be stronger through the Delta, especially Thursday afternoon.

High temperatures will be in the low and mid-90`s Wednesday. These readings are 15 to 20 degrees above normal for this time of year. Record highs generally range from 97 to 100 degrees at most locations.

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On Friday, there will be a return to much warmer temperatures, increased north winds, and elevated fire weather concerns. High temperatures on Saturday will warm back into the upper 80`s to near 90 degrees with north winds gusts 30-35 mph.

The weather will be dry, breezy, and warm next Wednesday. Gusty north to east wind and elevated fire concerns likely to persist into Tuesday over much of interior Northern California.

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7-Day Forecast

  • WEDNESDAY: Sunny with a high of 95 and a low of 53
  • THURSDAY: Mostly sunny with a high of 86 and a low of 50
  • FRIDAY: Sunny with a high of 82 and a low of 58
  • SATURDAY: Sunny with a high of 89, and a low of 62
  • SUNDAY: Mostly sunny with a high of 89, and a low of 62
  • MONDAY: Sunny with a high of 92, and a low of 57
  • TUESDAY: Sunny with a high of 93 and a low of 55