Detailed Forecast

First Alert Weather Forecast

The stubborn fog is still lingering in a few places, meaning roads could be icy again come Monday morning.  By the afternoon, things should start to clear out for most of the region with sunny skies and above average temperatures. 

Bigger changes are coming Tuesday afternoon as a storm comes in all the way from Baja California bringing valley rain and mountain snow showers.  With this warm storm, snow levels should stay fairly high with only the mountain tops seeing any measurable snow totals. The storm will stick around through Wednesday, but by Thursday things will clear up nicely. 

As of right now, the end of the work week looks to be sunny with above average temperatures.  There is a chance for weak storm to make its way into the region over the weekend, but its still to early to tell if it will make any noticeable impact. 

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2 areas are now under advisories, watches or severe weather warnings.

Current Conditions

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Almanac

Normal High:29°
Normal Low:12°
Record High: 53° in 1953
Record Low: -25° in 1949
Sunrise:7:50 am
Sunset:5:29 pm
Moonrise:10:47 am
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