San Francisco Bay Area Weather Forecast (Including Santa Cruz County) – (1 to 2 days)  Mostly cloudy today through Wednesday.  Light winds.  High temperatures in the low 60’s.   Low temperature in the 40’s.  

Extended Forecast for Central California (Including Napa County south to Monterey County and east into the Sierras –  (3 to 7 days – (01/18/17-01/22/18) –   Mostly cloudy Wednesday night with a chance of rain in the north bay after midnight. Rain likely on Thursday in the north with a chance of rain futher south.  Mostly cloudy with a chance of showers Thursday night and Friday.  Partly cloudy Friday night with a slight chance of showers in the north. Partly cloudy Saturday. Increasing clouds in the north and partly cloudy in the south Saturday night. Mostly cloudy with a chance of rain in the north on Sunday otherwise partly cloudy in the south.  Mostly cloudy with rain likely in the north Sunday night.  Mostly cloudy with a chance of showers on Monday.  High temperatures in the low 60’s.  Low temperatures mostly in the 40’s.  

Long Range Weather Outlook Northern and Central California 8 to 15 days (01/23/18 – 01/30/18)   Periods of rain and mountain snow at the beginning of the period with a decreasing chance of precipitation later in the period. Temperatures will average near normal during the period.

Extremely Long Range Weather Outlook Northern and Central California 16 to 20 days (01/31/08 – 02/03/18)  Mostly fair weather for Central California during the period with a slight chance of rain in far Northern California at times.  Near normal temperatures.

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Short Term Weather 1 to 7 day Forecast Discussion   A weakening weather front moved through Northern California yesterday bringing only light amounts of rain with only a few hundredths of precipitation in the Bay Area.  A weak ridge will build into California tonight and Wednesday before a stronger weather system impacts the region later Wednesday night and Thursday that will bring moderate amounts of rain to Northern and Central California by Thursday with lingering showers into Friday.  A even stronger weather system will impact California later in the weekend.  The associated front is expected to be move through the San Francisco Bay Area by Sunday night with a good soaking with the last in the series of storms expected to arrive Tuesday night and Wednesday.

Northern and Central California 8 to 15 day extended forecast  The latest computer models are suggesting that a strong trough will reach Northern and Central California early in the period bringing rain to the state with snow in the mountains and that high pressure may build into California later in the period bringing improving weather later in the period.

Northern and Central California 16 to 20 day extended forecast – The latest computer models are showing a high pressure ridge off the west coast and a trough inland over the Western United States early in the period that would leave California in a mostly dry pattern with a slight chance of showers in the far north at times. Temperatures will average a little below near normal during the period.  

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