Wednesday, 29 May 2024

County sees winter weather cold snap

LAKE COUNTY – The winter-like storm that moved into Lake County Friday is expected to continue affecting the county throughout the day on Sunday and overnight temperatures are forecast to dip below freezing overnight, according to the National Weather Services in Sacramento.


Because this is a cold weather system, thunderstorms and hail are possible on Sunday, the National Weather Service predicts.


Gusty winds will continue throughout the day and daytime high temperatures will only reach the mid-40s, which have been closer to our overnight temperatures for the previous week.


This past week, Northern California has experienced above-average temperatures. That was until Friday, the same day as spring officially began.


The storm is forecast to move out of Lake County by Sunday afternoon with clear skies overnight, leading to a drop in temperature.


Many plants may be vulnerable overnight as the temperature drops below freezing and into the 20s, according to the National Weather Service.


The National Weather Services stated that on Monday temperatures are predicted to return to normal with highs in the 60s and lows in the 40s and remain that way throughout most of the week, with clear and sunny skies.


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