Sunny skies again for Thursday but not as cold as Wednesday. Highs into the 30s. The gusty northeast winds have come down and are only gusting up to 40+ mph up top Thursday morning, and may come down more during the afternoon.
Friday into the weekend high pressure rebuilds over the West Coast. That will bring back highs into the 40s at the base & 30s up top. The dry pattern and sunny skies continue. Lighter winds Friday and northeast winds gusting up to 30+ mph up top Saturday, then lighter again Sunday.
High pressure is forecast to stay near the West coast through the 2nd week of February. That should keep us in a dry pattern for at least another 10+ days.
There are some signs that high pressure could start to shift away from the West Coast starting after mid-month. That may allow in some colder air and weak systems but keeps us in a mainly dry pattern into the 3rd week of February.
We’re hoping the pattern shifts more later in the 3rd week of February into the last week allowing storms to return. We’ll let you know at the first sign of any storms headed our way!