Today’s theme is, of course, “California towns that begin with a V”. Let’s see what the weather will be like in the central Valley.
At 1035AM, PT, Visalia was reporting a temperature degrees with clear skies. A lingering low in the Great Basin has induced a westerly flow contributing to a marine layer along the coast and downsloping and pleasant conditions in Visalia.
Upper level troughing through the area is expected to reinvigorate just off shore, which will help the surface low in northern Nevada further intensify. Rain and thunderstorms will be possible from the Sierras east into Nevada and north into Idaho and Oregon, but should spare Visalia. Instead, the central Valley will benefit from rejuvenated irrigation channels thanks to runoff from the higher terrain over the next two days.
Tomorrow – Partly cloudy, High 78, Low 53,
Thursday – Increasing clouds late, High 74, Low 57
TWC: Tomorrow – Partly cloudy, High 81, Low 53
Thursday – Cloudy, High 76, Low 54
AW: Tomorrow – Periods of sunshine High 79, Low 54
Thursday – Mostly cloudy and cool High 75, Low 55
NWS: Tomorrow – Sunny, High 79, Low 64 ***
Thursday – A chance of showers, mainly before 1pm. Partly sunny, High 75, Low 54
WB: Tomorrow – Sunny, High 79, Low 55
Thursday – Mostly cloudy. Slight chance of showers in the morning…Then slight chance of thunderstorms in the afternoon. High 75, Low 54
WN: Tomorrow – Mostly Sunny High 79, Low 55
Thursday – Partly Cloudy with Isolated Storms High 75, Low 54
FIO: Tomorrow – Partly cloudy throughout the day. High 84, Low 54
Thursday – Drizzle starting in the evening. High 80, Low 51
The NWS had some serious issues with their forecast. It was about a day behind, and was not labelling their dayparts correctly, as in, highs were during the day, lows were at night. That’s why it gets the stars. Something was off kilter, and I wanted you to know that their pending terrible forecast is a result of terrible technology. We can see clouds hugging the coast this afternoon between Big Sur and San Francisco Bay.