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Continued Above Normal Temps.




NWS NDFD Forecast High Temperature Anomalies Today.


NWS NDFD Forecast High Temperatures Tuesday.


NWS NDFD Forecast High Temperature Anomalies Tuesday.


Today and Tuesday will continue to feel more spring-like than winter-like as far as our temperatures go. Our forecast highs will be some 15ºF above normal today with similar readings Tuesday.







WPC Snowfall Forecast.

Valid Today Into 5 PM MST Wednesday.

A Pacific cold front will sweep eastward across the state on Wednesday knocking our highs back down to a little below normal Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. Our chances across the Southeastern plains of seeing any rain or snow are just about zero.

The Sacramento mountains could see some light rain showers today into Wednesday night. Snow will be possible above 9,000' today into Tuesday night. Snow levels will drop down to around 7,000' by Wednesday. At this time it does not appear that significant snowfall will occur but the higher elevations may end up with a couple of inches by Wednesday night.

It will be breezy across the lower elevations today and Tuesday and strong southwesterly to westerly winds will crank up ahead of the approaching cold front on Wednesday.

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