A week ago, the coldest temperatures in California were recorded in the mountains of the Sierra Nevada.
Today, the temperature is in the 60s, and the rain has dropped to the lowest levels of the year.
But, the snow isn’t falling and the heat is still rising, so for now, California is getting the perfect weather.
The temperature is expected to reach -10 degrees on Sunday and -4 degrees on Monday.
The snow is expected on Monday, too, with a high of about 6 degrees.
This will be the first snowfall in the Pacific Northwest since March 1, when the area was hit by an unprecedented series of blizzards that caused billions of dollars in damage.
In the days ahead, the weather will be much different for the northernmost part of the state, which will be blanketed in a heavy layer of snow.
The weather forecast for the city of Santa Rosa has also been updated with a chance of snow and ice.
Santa Rosa is already getting a very cold snap, with the temperature averaging just 7 degrees Fahrenheit, but now it’s forecast to dip to as low as -5 degrees.
On Monday, the city could see a 10- to 20-degree temperature drop, and possibly up to a 10 to 15-degree drop.
Santa Rosa is in northern California, so the city is still getting the benefit of the winter weather.
But the worst of the storm is on the other side of the country.
The National Weather Service said in a bulletin on Sunday that the cold front over the eastern part of New England will likely be centered over the Carolinas on Monday and into Tuesday, bringing with it the possibility of snow in much of the Northeast.
The weather will shift to a dry pattern across much of southern and western North Carolina, Virginia, and portions of North Carolina’s Appalachian Mountains, the NWS said.
Meanwhile, temperatures are expected to be low in many areas of the Midwest and Midwest-southeastern parts of the South, with temperatures expected to fall into the low 40s.
A lot of people who are working in the construction industry, including truckers and hauling machinery, are working out of their homes this week, according to the National Association of Home Builders.
They’re hoping to get some extra rest.
If you have any questions about the forecast, call 949-854-2720.