Sacramento area residents can expect mild dry weather to continue through Election Day, according to the National Weather Service.
Monday opened with a mild fog across the region with temperatures in the mid 50s. The fog is expected to clear by 10 a.m.. Election Day is expected to be a repeat of today’s weather. While California has seen a surge in early voting, a record number of Californians are expected to vote Tuesday. More than 18.7 million Californians have registered to vote, a state record.
High clouds will prevent the fog from getting too thick, said Eric Kurth, a meteorologist with the national weather service.
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They are predicting dry weather through the week. A mild system will move into Northern California Friday, but the storm is expect to miss Sacramento.