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Gorgeous spring weather will continue through Wednesday before another few days of showery, blustery weather returns to the North Bay.


You can see the state bathed in sunshine on Monday in the midday satellite picture.

After the recent storms the Sierra snowpack is near average for the date, and most of the state is running at from 80-120 percent of normal rain and snowfall.

Through Wednesday we will stay dry, with temperatures in the low 70s across the North Bay. By early Thursday the next storm will arrive just off the coast. High temperatures Thursday will plunge into the high 50s for most locations.

It will feel more like winter.

As this storm spins off the coast, we may be showery through Friday. Then a second system slides in from the north on Sunday, keeping us cool and blustery through Sunday the 7th of April.

Much depends on the track of these storms, which is a bit up in the air. But right now, the total rain amounts by Monday look to be light.

If the storms take a different track and pick up more moisture, they could be wetter. We’ll keep an eye on the trends.

Then later next week we should have a return to spring, with highs in the 60s and sunny skies.

But it will stay cooler than average for early April.

Finally, there are hints that a few showers may return around the middle of the month. The long range has us cool, but not overly wet.

Stay tuned for updates!

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