This is when unsettled weather returns to California

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By journalsofus.com


A flurry of inclement weather is expected to hit California in the coming days. The low pressure systems are expected to bring a trifecta of winds, rain and snow that could impact travel and outdoor plans for residents across the Golden State.

The first system will usher in rounds of cool breezes and light rain this weekend.

The forecast calls for cold winds from the Pacific Ocean to extend into San Francisco and the Peninsula this weekend.  This will keep temperatures in the 60s and 70s on the bay coast and 80s inland.

The forecast calls for cold winds from the Pacific Ocean to extend into San Francisco and the Peninsula this weekend. This will keep temperatures in the 60s and 70s on the bay coast and 80s inland.

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Bay Area residents along the bay and delta coast can expect windy conditions and daytime temperatures in the 60s and 70s Saturday afternoon. The low pressure system will also send cold winds to inland valleys. Santa Rosa and Walnut Creek can expect daytime highs in the lower 80s, 15 degrees colder than At the beginning of the week. These winds will help moisten the air, causing drizzle in the foothills of the Peninsula and East Bay overnight.

This low pressure system is expected to make landfall near Eureka and Mendocino on Sunday, bringing beneficial rain to Smoldering wildfires in Northern California such as the Smith River and Happy Camp complexes. A good amount of this rain is expected to fall over the Bay Area.

A dusting of rain is in play across parts of Northern California on Sunday, with up to a tenth of an inch possible along the immediate coast west of Highway 101. Look for showers in inland valleys and the Sacramento Valley.

A dusting of rain is in play across parts of Northern California on Sunday, with up to a tenth of an inch possible along the immediate coast west of Highway 101. Look for showers in inland valleys and the Sacramento Valley.

Baron/Lynx

Up to a tenth of an inch of rain is expected along Highway 1 from Bodega Bay to Santa Cruz, including the west side of San Francisco, on Sunday. The coastal ranges of Marin and San Mateo counties will shield the rest of the region from most of this rain, although some showers are not out of the question east of Highway 101. Weather models predict a Low probability of storms to develop in the outer suburbs of the Bay Area and Sacramento Valley, but any will be short-lived.

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