SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — It’s time to get that patio furniture out. Sacramento may see its first 90-degree day of the year by the end of next week.
The forecasted highs will be sitting between the mid-70s to mid-80s through Wednesday, and that’s when things will really start to heat up. The forecasted highs for Wednesday through Friday are as follows: 85, 89 and 91.READ MORE: Stagg High Stabbing Suspect Anthony Gray Ordered To Undergo Mental Evaluation
For each of those three dates, the record-high temperature is 91 degrees. And for Thursday and Friday, temperatures will be around 10-20 degrees higher than average for this time of year.READ MORE: Boosted Californians Getting COVID At Twice The Rate Of Those Vaccinated But Not Boosted
According to the National Weather Service, high temperatures for locations across the valley and foothills could range from 83-92 degrees on Thursday.
We are going to see an extended period of quiet weather with a big warm up in store for the mid to end of next week. Some locations could see their first 90°+ of the year. #CAwx pic.twitter.com/Ch8y3nIvBT
— NWS Sacramento (@NWSSacramento) April 1, 2022
Saturday’s forecast is around 10 degrees higher than average. We’ll drop back down to the mid-to-upper 70s Sunday through Tuesday before the incoming heatwave.MORE NEWS: Applications Now Open For $10K Grants For Sacramento Artists
After a record-dry start to the year, the water in California’s snowpack was at 38% of average, setting the state up for yet another year of extreme drought conditions barring any major wet weather events this spring.