Forecast: AM Shower Chance - NBC Bay Area

Forecast: AM Shower Chance



    Changes on the way Wednesday as a weak system moves over Northern California. Expect increased clouds, cooler temps and even a slight rain chance. Chief Meteorologist Jeff Ranieri tracks when we'll have the best chance and when warmer 90s could return in your Microclimate Forecast. (Published Tuesday, Sept. 19, 2017)


    A weaker system will move over today bringing increased clouds this morning, spotty drizzle and a slight chance of scattered showers. Clouds continue to linger into the afternoon with more of a partly sunny to mostly cloudy sky and cooler mid 70s inland, low 70s by the bay and 60s coast.  

    We'll clear on Thursday and Friday but watch for colder mornings with isolated 40s over the interior valleys.  Ahead, we're watching for a short stint of heat that could bring back isolated 90s next Tuesday. Full details in our video forecast.

    Chief Meteorologist Jeff Ranieri

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