Storm Tracker Forecast – November Arrives with a Rainy, Snowy and Windy Tuesday | Provide
November arrived Tuesday with rain, snow and wind for Northern California. The cold front has passed, but additional showers of rain and snow are possible this evening and Wednesday. More rainy and snowy weather is ahead! Much-needed rain and snow fell on our region with unwanted wind on Tuesday, and there is still enough instability and humidity to create more rain and snow showers, as well as thunderstorms. isolated. This evening will be cooler with scattered rain and snow showers. Lows will range from near 20 in the mountains to 40 in the valley and foothills. Wednesday will be mostly cloudy with scattered rain and snow showers and isolated thunderstorms. The highs will range from the upper 30s to the mid and upper 50s.
Winter storm warnings and winter weather advisories will continue for higher ground in Northern California through Wednesday evening. Fortunately, the wind will not be as strong on Wednesday as on Tuesday, but the mountain roads will be slippery in places, especially since this is the first storm of the season. We will have less cloud but stronger wind gusts on Thursday, followed by a brief break from active weather on Friday. Another deep Pacific low pressure trough will move towards us on Saturday and will remain overhead until at least next Tuesday. We can expect another cooldown with gusty wind and a few more rounds of valley rain and mountain snow. Valley highs will remain in the lower 50s and lower 60s.