Sunday, 19 May 2024

Cooler temperatures expected to continue through weekend

LAKE COUNTY – The unusually cool spring weather will continue through the weekend in Lake County, with a slight chance of rain on Saturday, but some forecast models predict a return to normal temperatures next week.


According to the National Weather Service in Sacramento (NWS), Lake County will see an increase in clouds and chances for thunderstorms after noon Friday, with a chance of rain at 20 percent with high temperatures in the mid-70s.


On Saturday, the possibility of showers increases to 30 percent, but decreases into the evenings the NWS states, with temperatures ranging from a high of 72 to a low of 50.


Daytime temperatures are predicted to return closer to normal on Tuesday reaching into the mid-80s with a slight chance of rain, but Monday will remain in the 70s according to the NWS.


Forecast models from the NWS and The Weather Channel (TWC) differ for the remainder of the week with TWC predicting a return to normal temperatures with highs in the mid- to upper-80s, while NWS forecasts partly cloudy skies with temperatures topping off in the low- to mid- 80s.


For more weather information, visit the link on the home page to US Weather Service.


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