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Storm Tracker Forecast – Bright, Hazy Heat As Labor Day Weekend Arrives [Video]

It’s been another day with better air quality for the valley and foothills of northern California. Although the valley air quality Friday won’t be as bad as it has been in recent weeks, more smoke will affect our weather. The wind is weaker today for most areas, and I don’t believe we’ll have any strong, widespread wind again until at least early next week. Tonight will be a clear and mild night with more smoke over the mountains than the valley. Overnight lows will range from the 30s and 40s in the mountains to the 50s and lower 60s in the valley and foothills. Friday will be a sunny day, but there will be more haze and smoke than Wednesday and Thursday. Highs will range from the mountain and foothill 80s to the valley 90s.High pressure will begin building over California and the rest of the Desert Southwest Friday and much of the upcoming Labor Day weekend. This will bring a warming trend which will last through Labor Day. We can expect plenty of clear sky and sunshine above the layer of haze and smoke. Most of the smoke will remain in the vicinity of the fires, but it will also settle into the lowlands due to a lack of wind. A trough of low pressure will bring clouds and breezes Monday and Tuesday, respectively, but the slim chance of light rain showers probably won’t pan out next Tuesday. We’ll have fewer clouds next Wednesday and Thursday. Valley lows will stay mainly in the 60s, while valley highs will be in the 90s with a few lower 100s.