Yuba City, California

We’re going to head to northern California for our forecast tonight. There hasn’t been as in the news this summer out of California, which is pretty great, but the Yuba City area has been on my mind lately. With the now record breaking wildfires that devastated Lahaina, Hawai’i, I compare the devastation to Paradise, California, which seemed so dreadful at the time. It certainly was, but to think the devastation on Maui is worse boggles the mind.

At 953PM, ET, Yuba City was reporting clear skies with a temperature of 84 degrees. High pressure was in charge, with a few clouds seen over the high Sierras, remnants of afternoon convection. Heat advisories are in place for much of the region.
Don’t expect substantial changes with high pressure remaining in place. Hopefully the diurnal convection in the high Sierras feels left out and give Yuba City a bit of shade. Otherwise, there might be an isolated storm in rest of the Valley, but I suspect clouds will be the main impact.
Tomorrow – Hot with partly cloudy skies. High 100, Low 73
Tuesday – Fewer clouds, so warmer temperatures, High 106, Low 73

TWC: Tomorrow – Cloudy. High 98, Low 72
Tuesday – Plentiful sunshine. Hot. High 106, Low 70

AW: Tomorrow – Warm with partial sunshine; extreme heat can be dangerous for outdoor activitie High 99, Low 69
Tuesday – Partly sunny and hot; danger of dehydration and heatstroke if outside for extended periods of time High 107, Low 67

NWS: Tomorrow – Mostly sunny and hot, High 99, Low 72
Tuesday – Sunny and hot, High 104, Low 73

WB: Tomorrow – Mostly sunny in the morning then becoming partly cloudy, High 97, Low 71
Tuesday – Sunny, High 105, Low 69

WN: Tomorrow – Partly cloudy, High 99, Low 72
Tuesday – Partly cloudy, High 104, Low 73

CLI: Tomorrow – Mostly cloudy, High 99, Low 70
Tuesday – Sunny, High 105, Low 69

Not a lot on satellite tonight, but it is night that the plumes on satellite are clouds this summer, and not smoke.


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