It’s going to feel a bit more like winter than June as an “unseasonably cold weather system” moves into the region, with temperatures from the coast to the mountains forecast to dip into the 40s on Sunday and Monday, according to the forecast.
The National Weather Service office in Eureka also states that widespread rain is expected Saturday — and possibly into Sunday — while thunderstorms and even light snow at higher elevations may make an appearance.
“Blustery westerly and northwest winds” are also expected this weekend, the forecast states. The strongest winds will be in interior areas and over ridges.
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