As we head into our evening hours, we are looking to have an increase in cloud cover, and we are looking to have scattered showers across the North Coast area. A few thunderstorms could pop up, but is expected to be very sporadic at best. Temperatures will drop to the 40s for lows and winds will be coming from the north with gusts up to twenty miles per hour. As we get into tomorrow morning, we are looking to have a few spotty showers lingering. Skies will slowly clear out as we get into the evening hours. Temperatures will be in the 50s and 60s for highs. Winds will vary in directions, with speeds up to ten miles per hour. For the rest of the week, we are looking to have fairly average temperatures, give or take a few degrees. A mix of sun and clouds are expected, and a pop-up shower could develop around the region as well. Some areas in higher elevations could see mixed precipitation and possible snow again with the cooler temperatures. Heading into this weekend, a cold front still looks to move through the viewing area, which will drop our temperatures to the 50s and possibly the 40s for the North Coast. Scattered showers could develop Saturday and overnight into Sunday morning. We will clear out with more sunshine for the end of Sunday and can expect mostly sunny conditions to kick off the beginning of next week.
North Coast Weather Forecast: Monday, May 1st