A cool night ahead, before we start to see a gradual warm up for the rest of the week.
Most areas west of the mountains picked up hundredths of an inch, but in the mountains, it was about a tenth to two tenths of inch today. Additional showers will add minimal accumulations, so don't expect much this evening.
High pressure will begin developing on Tuesday, allowing temperatures to improve slightly each day through Friday. Despite the gradual warm up, temperatures will remain below normal for most of the week.
Morning drizzle will be possible again Wednesday morning, with less moisture in the clouds towards the end of the week. Patchy low clouds can be expected each night and morning before the skies turn mostly sunny.
Another low pressure system will impact much of the west coast this upcoming weekend, with possible showers in the forecast. At this point it looks like the best chance for showers will be for Northern California, but we have added the chance to our area Sunday night into Monday. The storm could bring gust onshore winds, and cooler temperatures.
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