On July 7, 2015, NWS implemented changes to the icons depicted on all of its point-forecast pages. Changes include new icon images with increased clarity, 6-hour increments for rapidly changing weather and new color blocks to highlight forecast hazards.

A page depicting all of the new icon images can be accessed here: www.weather.gov/forecast-icons

Changes to the icons were based on analysis of 6,700 public comments collected in 2014. Also, many of these changes are based on the results of a research project led by the National Center for Atmospheric Research.

Users are encouraged to continue to provide comments regarding these changes via email at icons@noaa.gov. NWS will continue to analyze incoming feedback and refine the icons as necessary. Any substantial change to the icons will be facilitated through the NWS public comment/review process.

First day of meteorological fall marked by above-normal temps. across much of U.S.

Above-normal temperatures are forecast across much of the contiguous U.S. on Tuesday and in some cases will be as much as 10-15 degrees above average for this time of year. Afternoon highs could reach 90 or higher from the Great Plains to the Eastern Seaboard. One exception will be across parts of the Pacific Northwest. Remember to practice heat safety if you plan to spend extended time outside.

Current conditions at


Lat: 40.915961°NLon: 122.434833°WElev: 3259ft.




Humidity 25%
Wind Speed SSE 12 G 22 MPH
Barometer NA
Dewpoint 44°F (7°C)
Visibility NA
Heat Index81°F (27°C)
Last update 01 Sep 4:19 pm PDT

Detailed Forecast

Mostly sunny. Highs 76 to 90 higher elevations...87 to 93 lower elevations. Prevailing northeast winds up to 10 mph shifting to the south in the afternoon.
Mostly clear. Lows 49 to 62 higher elevations...57 to 65 lower elevations. Prevailing south winds up to 10 mph in the evening becoming light.
Mostly sunny. Highs 71 to 83 higher elevations... 81 to 87 lower elevations. Light winds becoming south up to 10 mph in the afternoon.
Wednesday Night
Partly cloudy. Cooler. Lows 45 to 60 higher elevations...55 to 63 lower elevations. Prevailing southwest winds up to 10 mph shifting to the north after midnight.
Partly cloudy. A slight chance of rain in the higher mountains. Highs 68 to 82 higher elevations... 80 to 86 lower elevations. Prevailing north winds up to 10 mph in the morning becoming light.
Thursday Night
Mostly clear. Colder. Lows 42 to 56.
Mostly sunny. Highs 63 to 78.
Friday Night
Partly cloudy. Lows 41 to 56.
Saturday And Saturday Night
Mostly clear. Highs 68 to 83. Lows 43 to 58.
Sunday Through Labor Day
Clear. Highs 79 to 94. Lows 46 to 61.

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