Area Forecast Discussion
Issued by NWS Sacramento, CA

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FXUS66 KSTO 041713

Area Forecast Discussion
National Weather Service Sacramento CA
913 AM PST THU FEB 4 2016

A weak weather system may brush far northern California with light
showers Friday night. Otherwise dry weather expected through at
least the middle of next week. Near normal daytime temperatures
today with above to well above normal temperatures through next

Ridge of high pressure begins to build over the area today and
will remain in control through the weekend. A weak wave attempts to
enter NorCal later Friday into early Saturday but any moisture
should remain shunted to the north. Outside of a few showers
across northern Shasta county, dry weather will rule into early
next week. Building ridge will allow for warming temperatures with
readings into the 60s and 70s by Sunday and Monday. Some patchy
valley fog possible each morning into the weekend.



Large scale amplified ridge during the extended. Breezy offshore
N-NE flow will also result in some additional warming Sun and
Mon. The weather pattern is setting up for unseasonably warm days
with max temps some 10-15 degrees above normal and nearing
records for early Feb. Most of the record temps in the Valley are
in the 70s to low 80s during the period. Patchy fog may form in
the San Joaquin Valley Tue and Wed after northerly winds slow.
The next series of waves knock on the door beginning Thu night
into Fri.         JClapp



Isolated cigs 035-055 in the Valley and local MVFR vsbys in BR
over the Nrn SJV eroding/mixing out by 18z-20z. BKN clouds AOA
15,000 ft spilling over the building ridge through tonite. Nly SFC
winds 5-15 kts diminishing overnite may lead to some IFR/LIFR
conditons in FG in the Srn SAC and/or Nrn SJV Fri morning.


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