Warm Friday with rain heading this way

Warm Friday with rain heading this way

Forecasters said Saturday in the the metro area should be windy with rain and snow likely and a high in the mid- to upper 30s. This cold front will also cause the rain to become heavier and steadier very late Sunday night through Monday afternoon and may even result in a few rumbles of thunder, especially to the south.

Sacramento saw just.06-0.12 inches of rain Wednesday, about half of what hit the Bay Area, according to the California Nevada River Forecast Center.

The National Weather Service continues Winter Storm Warning for all of west central Wisconsin for Saturday, April 14th and Sunday, April 15th.

Temperatures continue to drop for Monday as cooler air moves in and clouds linger - highs only in the upper 50s. At first, road temperatures will limit accumulation in the daylight in lower elevations.

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The high pressure will bring a cool change and strong Southeasterly winds over the Fiji group this weekend and most days of next week. That fog should burn off relatively early in the day as we warm up to a more seasonal high temperature tomorrow afternoon. Today's high is 81 degrees with partly cloudy skies. South wind 10 to 14 miles per hour, with gusts as high as 26 miles per hour. Moisture will be increasing and the result will be mostly cloudy skies by Sunday. We see a bit more sunshine by Wednesday as temperatures slowly rebound to near 60 with a stray shower chance both Wednesday and Thursday.

Sunday: Light freezing rain mixed with snow in the morning, then mixed with rain in the afternoon. Look for 40 miles per hour winds, 2-4 inches of snow and hard travel conditions.

Strong winds fueled fires in Oklahoma that have burned 100,000 acres on Thursday, while part of the Rockies got over a foot of snow.

Higher clouds spread over the forecast area this evening as heights lower and Pacific frontal system approaches.

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