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Watching the Potential East Coast Storm Late This Week

Bitterly cold temperatures will persist across portions of the Plains, Great Lakes region and Northeast this week as a series of cold fronts moves across those regions. A weak system will track across the south this week with some wet weather. These systems may merge just off the east coast late this week. Meanwhile, ridge out west is resulting in air stagnation for the Pacific Northwest. Read More >

High temperatures throughout Central California this afternoon will be around five degrees above normal for this time of year. Here are probabilities of maximum temperatures of 60 degrees or higher for select locations in the San Joaquin Valley on Wednesday, January 26th, 2022.
High temperatures throughout Central California Thursday afternoon will be around five degrees above normal for this time of year. Here are probabilities of maximum temperatures of 60 degrees or higher for select locations in the San Joaquin Valley on Thursday, January 27th, 2022.
High temperatures throughout Central California this afternoon, Thursday afternoon, and Friday afternoon will be around five degrees above normal for this time of year.
There is no chance of precipitation in Fresno the rest of this month. Therefore, January 2022 will be tied as the driest month of January ever in Fresno since precipitation records began in 1881.
There is no chance of precipitation in Bakersfield the rest of this month. Therefore, January 2022 will be tied as the second driest month of January ever in Bakersfield since precipitation records began in 1893.

 

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