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Sunday evening forecast Dec 8th


Our early season storm is just about finished producing showers and now we see the chilly northerly winds developing as we eyeball a new work week. Lingering showers are possible for all areas, but should be brief and not widespread. However, low level moisture could linger near the ground and with temperatures dropping, patchy dense fog is possible. If any fog does develop it will likely only linger in to early Monday before the Sun burns it off. Temperatures on Monday will remain cool with highs in the low to mid 60's for all areas.
Looking ahead, the Pacific will remain very busy with more storms marching toward the West Coast. But, high pressure is expected to build over us and that should keep us dry for much of next week. If we do see any sprinkles it would be for our northern areas on Wednesday and maybe late next weekend.  Look for temperatures to warm a little and at times there could be some breezy or gusty northerly winds. Again, more storms will approach the region, but should only cloud up the skies from time to time!

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