Local Forecast

Exeter, California
Updated: Sunday, June 16 2019 - 12:00 AM PDT

Low 64

High 96
Sun night


Low 66

High 99
Mon night

Low 69

High 102
Tue night

Low 70

Local Forecast

WeatherForYou - Forecast Details
Updated: Sunday, June 16 2019 - 12:00 AM PDT
Location: Exeter, CA

Tonight... Mostly clear. Lows around 64°F. Northwest wind to 6 mph, gusting to 11 mph.

Sunday... Mostly sunny. Highs around 96°F. Southwest wind to 6 mph, gusting to 13 mph.

Sunday night... Clear. Lows around 66°F. Northwest wind to 6 mph.

Monday... Partly cloudy with isolated showers. Highs around 99°F. South wind to 6 mph, gusting to 13 mph.

Monday night... Partly cloudy. Lows around 69°F. North wind to 5 mph, gusting to 10 mph.

Tuesday... Mostly sunny. Highs around 102°F. Southwest wind to 5 mph, gusting to 10 mph.

Tuesday night... Mostly clear. Lows around 70°F. Light wind.

Wednesday... Sunny. Highs around 103°F. West wind to 5 mph.

Wednesday night... Clear. Lows around 70°F. Light wind.

Thursday... Sunny. Highs around 102°F. West wind to 6 mph.

Thursday night... Clear. Lows around 66°F. South wind to 5 mph.

Friday... Sunny. Highs around 98°F. West wind to 6 mph.

Friday night... Clear. Lows around 65°F. Southeast wind to 5 mph.

Area Forecast Discussion

National Weather Service - San Joaquin Valley / Hanford, CA
Issued: Saturday, June 15 2019 - 3:30 PM PDT

SYNOPSIS...Little change in temperatures can be expected over the district through the weekend. Isolated afternoon thunderstorms are possible over the higher elevations of the Sierra each day through Monday. Otherwise dry weather will prevail through the period. A warm up is expected beginning on Tuesday into Thursday, with temperatures in the valley and desert once again getting above the century mark.

DISCUSSION... Current analysis at 2 PM PDT: water vapor imagery picking up a weak upper level disturbance quickly moving through the Bay Area. This disturbance has helped break down the weak ridge that had built into the Central California interior over the last 24 hours. Since the atmosphere is very dry, 12Z OAK soundings' mid-level humidity was 9 percent, the most this weak feature has done is lead to a slight increase in upper level cloud cover in the northern CWA. Today temperatures are quite pleasant and are about where they should be for mid-June. For tonight, low temperatures in the Southern Sierra foothills, Bakersfield area, and Kern County desert will be 3-6 DEG F above average. But, northward toward western Merced County low temperatures will be slightly below average, as models show another push of cooler marine air.

On Sunday, solid model agreement on bringing another weak shortwave trough through the Central California interior. Due to the quick movement, the overall impact on afternoon temperatures will be negligible as high temperatures will warm back up to seasonal averages if not slightly above average. The greater risk will be thunderstorms into the Southern Sierra tomorrow afternoon and evening. The GFS/NAM12 along with the High-Res models still all develop a weak low level circulation along the eastern slopes of the Sierra, helping enhance convection.

On Monday, another weak upper level low drops southward into Southern California. Impacts on afternoon temperatures will once again be negligible as overall synoptic cooling remains weak and this feature moves quickly out of the area. There will be another threat of afternoon thunderstorms in the Sierra as easterly flow on the backside of the weak low level circulation will once again help enhance afternoon convection.

Starting on Tuesday into Thursday, models have a large high pressure cell developing over the Eastern Pacific. This will lead to an increase in afternoon temperatures, once again surpassing the century mark in the valley and desert.

AVIATION...Isolated thunderstorms are possible near the Sierra crest between 20Z Sunday through 03Z Monday. Otherwise, VFR conditions will prevail over the central CA interior during the next 24 hours.



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

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