High Pressure Weather in California; Cold Mornings and Pleasant Dry Weather

Local Weather Forecasting Service

Until the end of next week, our weather will be controlled by high pressure. Light breezes, cold mornings, and pleasant midday temps are all to be expected.

More of the same, but with pleasant and dry weather this time.

The high-pressure system that became stronger over the area the other day has remained firmly in place. High pressure above and at the surface will continue to bring generally clear skies and above-average temperatures for the foreseeable future.

Stable layers at the surface will allow for patchy fog again tonight, as well as haze from smog throughout the future days, thanks to the stable layers at the surface. The pinnacle of the warm weather occurs at the beginning of December, as does the beginning of the cold weather. Temperatures will be 10-15 degrees above usual, which will make it feel nothing like the month of December.

A bullseye over inner Monterey county is shown by the ECMWF EFI guidance, which also displays the abnormal temperatures mid-week. On Wednesday, high temperatures will be in the mid-60s and 70s over most of the country, with temperatures in the southern interior reaching 80 degrees. Temperatures that are close or equal to record levels are predicted.

Overnight lows will be moderate as well, with the hills remaining in the 50s and 60s for the foreseeable future. Climate change is having an impact on the Bay Area's vegetation as well, thanks to the continuing warm and dry weather.

The Fire Weather and Fuel Moisture indexes are beginning to creep back up to values above those seen throughout the season. Fortunately, there isn't going to be much in the way of wind this weekend.

Weather conditions that are mild and dry are likely to continue throughout next weekend.

Now, let's talk about the likelihood of rain. Don't get your hopes up just yet, since the longer-range prognosis has been a little unpredictable lately. The longer-range forecast for today maintains the pattern of indicating a minor likelihood of rain returning to the Bay Area on December 6/7.

In the midst of a more strong upper low targeting CA, high pressure flattens.

The initial push is deflected by a vast region of high pressure in the surrounding area. The upper low is going toward an inside slider situation, which normally does not deliver a significant amount of rain in the area, according to the National Weather Service.

Having said that, there will be a low possibility of precipitation on December 6 and 7 of this year. Over the following several days, we will make adjustments to this prediction.

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Célèste White

New York State

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