North Coast Weather Forecast: Tuesday, June 20th


Another day of sunny skies for us will continue to be more on the clear side heading into our evening hours. Patchy fog can be expected along the coast line as we get into the later evening hours. Otherwise, we are looking to have plenty of clear skies. Temperatures will drop to the 40s for most of us, but higher elevations can expect to drop to the low to mid 30s and some areas in Siskiyou County are looking to drop to the mid 20s for lows. Winds will be on the calm side. A frost advisory will be in effect for portions of Humboldt and Trinity counties from 5AM until 9AM Wednesday morning. A freeze warning will be in effect for parts of Siskiyou county from midnight until 8AM as well. Tomorrow will have partly cloudy skies to start of the day, then clearing skies as we get into the afternoon hours. Temperatures will range from the 50s to the 80s for highs. Winds will be coming from the northwest around 5-10 miles per hour. For the rest of the week, we will have temperatures mostly in the 60s through 80s around the viewing area. An increase in cloud cover is expected as we head to the end of the week and into the weekend for the coastal areas. Inland is expected to be more of the opposite, with more sunshine as we get into the weekend. A few spotty showers could move through our areas as we get through Saturday. Otherwise, we are expected to have a mixture of sun and clouds as we get into next week.