Sunday, 25 February 2024

Forecasters predict possible snow Sunday night

LAKEPORT If the balminess of Saturday lured you into the beautiful outdoors of Lake County, get ready to put your coat back on because there's a chance of snow Sunday night.


After a high of 69 degrees on Saturday in Lakeport according to a personal weather station on the Weather Underground Web site, the National Weather Service in Sacramento is forecasting that a weather system from the Gulf of Alaska will move over the county Sunday night, lowering temperatures and bringing a chance of rain and snow.


Beginning tonight and into early next week, the National Weather Service expects this cold weather system will bring below normal temperatures and precipitation, with snow levels around 1,500 feet by Monday morning with the possibility of dropping below 1,000 feet by Tuesday morning.


Daytime highs today are expected to reach the upper 40s, the National Weather Service reported, with lows around 30 degrees and a chance of rain mixed with snow.


The forecast for Monday is for daytime highs near 45 with a 30-percent chance of precipitation and a low of 28, according to the National Weather Service.


The sun should return on Tuesday, the weather service reported, with highs near 48 and lows in the mid 20s.


The National Weather Service reminds Lake County motorists to expect winter driving conditions and cold temperatures until Tuesday.


E-mail Terre Logsdon at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


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