North Coast Weather Forecast: Tuesday, October 24th


For the rest of our Tuesday evening, we are looking to have a steady increase in cloud cover across the North Coast region. Rain showers will start moving in to Del Norte and Siskiyou counties, eventually moving down to Humboldt and Trinity counties. Higher elevations could have mixed precipitation moving in, so road conditions will be a bit on the slick side. Temperatures tonight will drop to the 30s and 40s across the region and winds will be relatively on the calm side. To kick off our Wednesday, we will have some morning showers more in Humboldt and Trinity county, then clearing skies and sunshine in the later afternoon hours. A few spotty showers could develop over the morning hours, staying more to the northern part of the viewing area. Highs will be in the 50s and a bit in the 60s. Winds will be coming from the northwest around five to ten miles per hour. For the rest of the week, we are looking to have more spotty showers coming in Friday morning, then sunshine for the rest of the day. Temperatures through the weekend are looking to be in the 50s and 60s for highs across the North Coast. Getting into the first half of next week, we are looking to have a mixture of sun and clouds and temperatures look to have a slight increase, getting into the 60s and a little into the 70s.