The Valleys saw a chilly start Friday with lows dropping into the 30s! Daytime highs will rise to the upper 50s to low 60s, according to News10 meteorologist Mellisa Paul. A mix of sun and clouds is expected for Friday with a small potential for light scattered showers. Another round of afternoon thunderstorms is in order as well.
On Thursday an EF 0 tornado touched down near Fairfield causing minor structural damage. While Thursday's storms favored the Delta, Friday’s best chance for turbulent weather will be the North San Joaquin Valley and foothills, Paul said.
The ridge of high pressure that will start to build over California for the weekend will sag slightly late Sunday into Monday as a storm pushes into the North West. Light shows may impact the North Mountains, but further south will remain dry with increasing clouds.
Temperatures will stay cool, but heat near normal for the weekend.