Cool Continues Until First Week of July

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Our very cool June weather looks to continue for about one more week before seasonal highs in the 80s return to the North Bay for the first week of July.

Looking at the satellite view Friday, marine stratus has pushed well inland.

The series of low pressure troughs that have kept us cooler than normal this June look to continue. Here’s today’s upper air view, followed by the forecast for the weekend.

That means cool temperatures, with highs inland in the 70s, with only afternoon sun for most of the period. However, by the middle of next week, around the 29th or 30th (Thursday or Friday), things will be changing, with a ridge of high pressure allowing our temperatures to climb to near normal.

Here you can see our current cooler than normal temperatures, followed by the forecast for the first week of July. This shows a return to normal, to slightly above normal temperatures, with highs from 80-90 across the inland North Bay. (And no big heat waves in the 10 day forecast.)

How about the Fourth of July forecast? Early ensemble and deterministic forecasts agree it should be nice, with near average temperatures in the 80s!



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