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Cool and Breezy first, then cold and wet.

Monday will be the last in a string of sunny and dry days. A strong Pacific storm will bring rain and colder temperaturess to the region, starting Tuesday. Rain should develop on the Central Coast by Wednesday afternoon. Cold, unstable air behind the front could produce isolated thundershowers Tuesday night and Wednesday. Showers could continue into Thanksgiving morning. In addition to rain, the storm system will drop snow in the Sierra Nevada and coastal hills.

Overnight: Mostly clear, with lows in the 40s on the coast and 30s-40s inland.

Monday: Mostly sunny with a few high clouds. Temperatures will be cooler and gusty NW winds will develop later int he day. Coastal highs will remain in the 60s with upper 60s.

Extended: Northwesterly flow strengthens on Monday which will further cool the area. Rain is looking more and more likely late Tuesday into Wednesday with much cooler temperatures expected through the end of the week. Showers will likely linger Wednesday and Thursday in the wake of the weather system. There are some indications that lightning and small hail will be possible Wednesday. Snow levels will drop such that the higher peaks in our viewing area will see snow.


The outlook from the Climate Prediction Center for November 30th - December 6th calls for the likelihood of BELOW normal temperatures and near normal precipitation.

El Niño/La Niña STATUS: Neutral
(Winter) Forecast: Neutral

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This week's normal temperatures:
     --COASTAL CITIES--
LOW: 45ºF  HIGH: 64ºF

--INLAND CITIES--
LOW: 39ºF  HIGH: 66ºF

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Barry Brown

Barry Brown is an anchor and reporter at KION News Channel 5/46.

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