Today’s beautiful 70-degree weather will be will be short-lived, as rain, Gale-force winds and mountain snow will all be possible in the coming days.
Eureka’s National Weather Service office predicts that temperatures will cool significantly by tonight across the greater Humboldt Bay Area, with an anticipated low of 46 degrees.
Gale-force winds along Humboldt’s coastal waters will produce 16 to 30-mph onshore winds tomorrow. Gloomy weather will also return, with patches of fog, possible rain and a high of 56 degrees in Eureka.
On Sunday night, light mountain snow is expected across highway passes in Trinity, Del Norte and Humboldt Counties. The snowfall will persist through Monday.
Rainy weather is forecast for the Humboldt Bay Area starting Sunday and is expected to persist through Wednesday.