Area Forecast Discussion
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FXUS66 KSTO 010402 CCA

Area Forecast Discussion
National Weather Service Sacramento CA
900 PM PDT WED AUG 31 2016

Dry weather with below average temperatures this week. Locally
breezy at times...mainly in the Delta and over ridgetops.


Large upper low off the B.C. coast with associated trough
extending along the West Coast will persist through the remainder
of the week. Series of short waves will continue to rotate around
main feature and through PacNW with associated high clouds over
NorCal. Main dynamics and moisture remain north of the CWA for dry
forecast. Impacts for Interior NorCal ill be continued below normal
temperatures with some locally breezy conditions over higher terrain
in the afternoons and through the Delta afternoons and nights. High
temps forecast in the upper 80s to lower 90s for the Central Valley
with 60s to lower 80s for the mountains and foothills.

Upper low and associated trough shift inland late Thursday
through Friday as system weakens. Long wave troughing then continues
along the West Coast through the weekend maintaining below normal




Longwave trough slowly begins to shift east for the start of next
week. Below normal temperatures will continue on Sunday before a
slight warming trend on Monday/Tuesday. Even then, temperatures
will only be near to a few degrees above normal. Precipitation is
expected to remain north of the state. Northerly flow will return
to much of the area, but at this point, looks fairly light as
ridging struggles to take hold. CEO


SWly flow alf with upr trof ovhd. VFR conds ovr Intr NorCal nxt
24 hrs. Lcl SWly sfc wnd gsts up to 25 kts poss thru Delta and ovr
hyr mtn trrn aftns into eves.


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