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More clouds expected before weekend sunshine in Sacramento

This NOAA satellite image taken Friday shows a upper level trough that is creating areas of surface low pressures over the Western half of the United States. This is producing areas of showers from the Eastern Rockies to Northern California and Pacific Northwest.
This NOAA satellite image taken Friday shows a upper level trough that is creating areas of surface low pressures over the Western half of the United States. This is producing areas of showers from the Eastern Rockies to Northern California and Pacific Northwest. AP

Another round of partly cloudy skies and cooler-than-average conditions Friday in the Sacramento region will give way to more sunshine and warmer weather for the Memorial Day weekend, according to the National Weather Service.

A 20 percent chance of sprinkles and temperatures topping out at 77 degrees are forecast Friday, with a Delta breeze from 7 to 10 mph. Temperatures tonight will drop to the low 50s under more cloudy skies.

The holiday weekend will bring sunshine and a high temperature near 80, forecasters said. The brighter, warmer weather will continue through the Monday holiday, with temperatures in the low 80s and mostly clear or partly cloudy skies.

Robert D. Dávila: (916) 321-1077, @Bob_Davila

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