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Updated: 8:00pm on 5/4/15

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Currently:
61.1

Clear
Clear

High: 70.8 
(12:34pm) 
Low: 51.1 
(6:23am)
Wind: 0 mph from the E
Gust: 0 mph
Today's High Wind: 7 mph (1:42pm)
Humidity: 49%
Pressure: 29.90 in  (Steady) 
Pressure Rate: 0.002 in/hr
Dew Point: 41.8
Wind Chill: 61.1
Heat Index (feels like): 61.8
Comfort Level: Comfortable
Temperature Rate:  -3.55/hr
 
5 Day Forecast
 
Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat
Clear Clear Clear Clear Clear
Partly Cloudy Mostly Cloudy Chance T-storms Chance T-storms Mostly Cloudy
75 72 67 69 72
50 49 47 49 52

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Temperature Forecast Normal Record
High 75 0 0
(0)
Low 50 0 0
(0)
 

 

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Sunrise:  
6:00am
Moonrise: 
8:44pm

Moon Phase:
100%

Sunset: 
7:57pm
Moonset:  
6:35am
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Hourly Rain 0.00 in
Daily Rain: 0.00 in
Monthly Rain: 0.00 in
Yearly Rain: 35.60 in
Normal Rain, month to date: 0.00 in
Normal Rain, year to date: 0.00 in
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Warning Description: Special Statement

Warning Date: 1:43 PM PDT on May 4, 2015

WarningSum:...Cooler With Showers And Thunderstorms Possible Late Wednesday Through Friday...

Warning Message:.Impacts... 
* chain controls possible over the Sierra passes
* travel delays possible 
* dangerous lightning 
.Forecast confidence...
* medium for precipitation over the mountains 
* low for showers and thunderstorms in the valley and foothills
  
.Timing and strength...
* showers and thunderstorms over the mountains mainly late Wednesday
  through Friday
* Thursday is the brunt of the storm and best chance to see
  anything in the valley
* snow levels around 5500 ft, may be locally lower in heavy showers
  
Weather summary: 
an upper level low drops south into northern California late
Wednesday into Thursday. This will bring a threat of showers and
thunderstorms over all of interior northern California, especially
to the mountains. The low shifts to the east on Friday for the
greatest threat over the Sierra and Shasta County mountains.
Precipitation is somewhat limited with this system, so amounts are
generally expected to be less than half an inch, and will be
variable due to convective nature of showers. Snow levels will be
around 5500 ft, with locally lower levels possible in heavier
showers. Snow accumulations up to 6 inches possible.
NWS will continue to provide updates as the situation develops.
143 PM PDT Mon may 4 2015
...Cooler with showers and thunderstorms possible late Wednesday through Friday...
.Impacts... 
* chain controls possible over the Sierra passes
* travel delays possible 
* dangerous lightning 
.Forecast confidence...
* medium for precipitation over the mountains 
* low for showers and thunderstorms in the valley and foothills
  
.Timing and strength...
* showers and thunderstorms over the mountains mainly late Wednesday
  through Friday
* Thursday is the brunt of the storm and best chance to see
  anything in the valley
* snow levels around 5500 ft, may be locally lower in heavy showers
  
Weather summary: 
an upper level low drops south into northern California late
Wednesday into Thursday. This will bring a threat of showers and
thunderstorms over all of interior northern California, especially
to the mountains. The low shifts to the east on Friday for the
greatest threat over the Sierra and Shasta County mountains.
Precipitation is somewhat limited with this system, so amounts are
generally expected to be less than half an inch, and will be
variable due to convective nature of showers. Snow levels will be
around 5500 ft, with locally lower levels possible in heavier
showers. Snow accumulations up to 6 inches possible.
NWS will continue to provide updates as the situation develops.
        

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