Roller coaster weather in Northern California in the first week of May.
The National Weather Service is predicting up and down weather patterns for the first week of May in Northern California. According to social media updates from the agency, they are reporting sunny and breezy as early as Sunday, with temperatures hovering in the low 80's throughout the northern Sacramento Valley. Winds in the Sacramento region are expected to pick up even more, with gusts up to 21 mph in the forecast. Forecast highs will drop to the mid-70's on Monday, with massive wind spots, before heating back up and settling around 90 degrees on Wednesday, temperature that is well above the normal high temperature for this time of year, which typically hovers in the upper 70's.
“Periods of breezy winds are expected throughout the week,” the service wrote in another Sunday morning tweet. “Make sure loose outdoor items and temporary structures are secure, use caution driving in and around high profile vehicles, and avoid outdoor burning!”
There is also reported to be a chance of isolated showers in the upper region of Northern California on Monday, and most likely later in the week, the NWS said.