Local Forecast


Exeter, California
Updated: Friday, October 19 2018 - 2:00 AM PDT
Today

Sunny

High 84
Tonight

Clear

Low 49
Sat

Sunny

High 85
Sat night

Mostly
Clear
Low 53
Sun

Mostly
Sunny
High 83
Sun night

Mostly
Clear
Low 51
Mon

Mostly
Sunny
High 82



Local Forecast

WeatherForYou - Forecast Details
Updated: Friday, October 19 2018 - 2:00 AM PDT
Location: Exeter, CA

Today... Sunny. Highs around 84°F. South wind to 6 mph.

Tonight... Clear. Lows around 49°F. North northwest wind to 6 mph.

Saturday... Sunny. Highs around 85°F. East wind to 7 mph.

Saturday night... Mostly clear. Lows around 53°F. Light wind.

Sunday... Mostly sunny. Highs around 83°F. Light wind.

Sunday night... Mostly clear. Lows around 51°F. Light wind.

Monday... Mostly sunny. Highs around 82°F. Light wind.

Monday night... Mostly clear. Lows around 50°F. Light wind.

Tuesday... Mostly sunny. Highs around 80°F. Light wind.

Tuesday night... Partly cloudy. Lows around 51°F. Light wind.

Wednesday... Partly cloudy. Highs around 79°F. Light wind.

Wednesday night... Partly cloudy. Lows around 52°F. Light wind.

Thursday... Mostly sunny. Highs around 77°F. Light wind.



Area Forecast Discussion

National Weather Service - San Joaquin Valley / Hanford, CA
Issued: Thursday, October 18 2018 - 3:43 PM PDT

SYNOPSIS...Dry weather will prevail over the central California interior for the next several days. Above normal high temperatures will continue through Monday before trending slightly cooler by the middle of next week.

DISCUSSION...Sunshine is boosting temperatures to balmy levels throughout the CWA this afternoon, much like the past several afternoons. If you haven't yet taken advantage of this fine Autumn weather, you'll still have at least a few more days to do so. There will only be subtle changes in the overall pattern through the weekend. A strong upper level ridge of high pressure currently situated off the Oregon coast will build inland during the next 24 hours. This ridge will slide southeastward into the Rockies this weekend around a weak closed low that develops along the California coast. Although the low itself is moisture deficient, it's proximity could produce a few isolated showers near the Sierra crest by Sunday afternoon. Our offshore flow will dwindle by then and in turn this low will effectively bring cooler weather to the coast while much of the central California interior stays relatively warm. How warm? Well, high temperatures in the San Joaquin Valley and lower foothills will be consistently above 80 degrees in many locations each day through the weekend. However, the nights will continue to run relatively cool, if not chilly.

On Monday, the upper level low will shift inland and by Tuesday, the models place the remnants of it over the Four Corners region. A dry northwesterly flow in the wake of this feature will bring a slightly cooler and drier air mass into the CWA by Tuesday. During the remaining days of next week, another upper level ridge of high pressure centered several hundred miles off the coast of northern Baja will gradually build inland across southern California. This will guarantee a continuation of dry weather for us in the 4 to 7 day period and probably longer if the ensembles are right. Although numerical mos guidance is cooling high temperatures to near normal in this period, we suspect afternoon temperatures could very well run a little higher as long as the upper level ridge builds over the southern half of the state later next week. That being said, 80-degree high temperatures could still occur in the San Joaquin Valley and lower foothills a week from today. However, as the nights get longer, there'll be more time for radiational cooling and so the chillier starts to the days will make it more challenging for the sun to warm temps above the 80-degree mark. Additionally, it would not be a surprise if a few of the chilliest locations in the San Joaquin Valley see some ground fog around daybreak by the middle of next week, especially where orchards are irrigated. It's just a normal aspect of our valley climatology this time of year, no matter how dry our weather has been.

AVIATION... Areas of MVFR in haze and mist in the San Joaquin Valley between 12Z Fri and 18Z Fri. Otherwise, VFR conditions are expected across the central CA interior during the next 24 hours.

AIR QUALITY ISSUES... None.

CERTAINTY...

The level of certainty for days 1 and 2 is high. The level of certainty for days 3 through 7 is medium.

Certainty levels include low...medium...and high. Please visit www.weather.gov/hnx/certainty.php for additional information an/or to provide feedback.

HNX Watches/Warnings/Advisories... NONE.




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