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    Warmer Temps Making A Comeback

    Fall season has been feeling pretty good so far, but a return to warmer temperatures is in our near future. Saturday was a tad warmer across parts of the Valley, with some 80° temps coming back around the Redding/Red Bluff area. Higher elevations were still running a bit on the cool side with 50s, 60s and a few 70s. Overnight temps will remain chilly with near freezing temps in the mountains, but Sunday afternoon's forecast looks to push temps up another 5-10° for the entire region.

    The forecast for the Taste of Chico looks excellent! The city will see temps sitting around 75° for the Noon start to the event, eventually warming up closer to 85° as we get closer to 3-4pm. Get out and enjoy some GREAT food!!!

    As temps warm up, Fire Danger will be increasing as well. Red Flag Warnings have been issued for the Valley and Foothills around NorCal. Low humidity levels, dry weather and breezy winds will keep the threat of wildfires elevated. Red Flag Warnings remain in effect through 5am on Tuesday.

    As we head into the final week of September things will get even warmer as the dry weather continues. Expect to see wall to wall sunshine this week as high pressure dominates the region. Valley highs will reach back into the low to mid 90s, and Mountains will see more of the 70s and some 80s towards the end of the month.


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