It’s been a while since I’ve made a forecast for California. I missed out on their wacky weather last month, but recently, it’s been warm and wonderful. Let’s see if we can get the one w adjective they really need – wet.
At 1053PM, PT, Fresno was reporting a temperature of 57 degrees with fair skies. The entirety of the central valley was seeing clear skies, but dew points in the mid 50s were leading to fog and haze, which was already emerging as far north as Visalia.
An upper level ridge is only going to get stronger along the West Coast as an undercutting jet streak along the Mexican border dissipates. Expect a dry, warm weekend for the Central Valley.
Tomorrow – Partly cloudy, fog in the morning, High 75, Low 52
Sunday – Mostly sunny, High 75, Low 51
TWC: Tomorrow – Partly cloudy skies. High 74, Low 50
Sunday – Sunny skies. High 75, Low 49
AW: Tomorrow – Patchy morning fog; otherwise, partly sunny High 75, Low 51
Sunday – Patchy fog in the morning; otherwise, mostly sunny High 76, Low 50
NWS: Tomorrow – Widespread haze. Mostly sunny High 75, Low 52
Sunday – Widespread haze. Sunny, High 76, Low 52
WB: Tomorrow – Mostly sunny. Haze. High 73, Low 52
Sunday – Sunny Haze, High 74, Low 51
WN: Tomorrow – Partly cloudy with haze. Hgh 75, Low 52
Sunday – Partly cloudy with haze, High 75, Low 52
FIO: Tomorrow – Mostly cloudy starting overnight, continuing until evening. High 81, Low 48
Sunday – Partly cloudy starting in the evening. High 81, Low 48
I’m not sure if Fresno is forecasting for the same town as the rest of us. That’s pretty warm! Here is the fog satellite, which I am sharing, though the haze so far is pretty light.