The clouds over the Sacramento area will start decreasing today, as a weak storm front brushing northern California moves out of the state.
Highs today will be warmer than normal, expecting to reach 75 degrees, but the night time temperatures will drop down to 46 degrees, with 6 mph northwest wind. No rain is expected.
A high pressure ridge will rebuild over the Sacramento area Wednesday, which means sunny skies for the rest of the week. Wednesday will also be the warmest day this week, with a day time peak of 77 degrees, and overnight temperatures to go down to 46 degrees.
The pressure gradient will start moving slightly north on Thursday, bringing in slightly cooler temperatures for the remainder of the week. The thermometer will reach 75 degrees during the day Thursday, dipping down to 73 degrees on Friday, 72 degrees on Saturday and 70 degrees on Sunday
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Night time temperatures will also drop a little each night as the week progresses. Thursday night will see a low of 46 degrees, dipping down to 45 degrees on Friday night, and dropping further to 42 degrees on Saturday night, with the return of some clouds. Sunday night will be the coldest of the week, with an overnight low of 40 degrees.