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Warming Trend

High Pressure will bring warmer than normal temperatures for the rest of the week.
High Pressure will bring warmer than normal temperatures for the rest of the  week with clear skies and dry weather, but the extended outlook shows a chance  of rain by Monday.

After a low pressure system covered Central California  in cool air on Sunday and Monday, a high pressure ridge will move over the state  boosting high temperatures into the middle to upper 70s but not before a chilly  start to the day on Tuesday.

Morning lows will drop down to near freezing  for a few areas of the valley Tuesday morning.
 
Chowchilla's low  will be 32-degrees and Kingsburg and Orange Cove will drop to  35-degrees.

Those areas could have a bit of morning frost but the  chill won't last for long since warmer air is moving into the  area.

The warmest day this week should be Thursday with a forecast  high of 78-degrees in Fresno.

Typical high temps are right around  70-degrees.

The weather will swing to the cool side of normal again  by early next week when a storm system is forecast to arrive on Monday with  clouds and a chance of rain.

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Fresno, CA

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Partly Cloudy
  • High: 109°F
  • Low: 80°F
  • Sunrise: 6:01 AM PDT
  • Sunset: 8:08 PM PDT
  • Feels Like: 80°F
  • Wind Chill: 80°F
  • Visibility: 10 mi.
  • Dew Point: 51°
  • Relative Humidity: 37%