P.M. weather Dec. 6: Clear skies, cold nights

Dec 6, 2017

An upper ridge will bring dry conditions, mild afternoons, and cool nights for the next seven days. Some clouds may develop along the coast during that time; otherwise the skies will be clear.

 

On the seas, high pressure will bring light winds and low waters. The waves are expected to grow slightly on Thursday.

 

Two-day forecast

 

The coast tonight will see clear skies with lows in the mid-40s. On Thursday, Fort Bragg is forecast to see more clear weather with highs in the upper-50s and similar lows.

 

In Willits, the forecast calls for fog as the lows drop to the low-30s, so bundle up out there. The fog on Thursday is expected to clear to sunshine with highs in the mid-60s. Expect similar nighttime conditions that evening.

 

In Anderson Valley, you should expect clear skies with lows in the upper-30s. The region Thursday is expected to see more clear skies with highs in the upper-60s and similar lows.

 

For those in Ukiah, you should expect clear skies tonight with lows in the mid-30s. On Thursday, the valley will continue to see clear weather with highs in the mid-60s and similar lows.

 

Finally, the Lake County region will see clear skies with lows in the upper-30s and winds from the northeast around 10 mph. On Thursday, Clearlake is expected to see the winds calm as sunshine enters the region along with highs in the low-60s. Expect a similar nighttime forecast that evening.