Gradual clearing, then chilly night; high 63, low 32

2013-01-20T05:00:00Z 2013-01-20T23:04:17Z Gradual clearing, then chilly night; high 63, low 32Register online staff Napa Valley Register
January 20, 2013 5:00 am  • 

After gradual clearing on Sunday, evening temperatures in Napa will again flirt with the freezing mark, according to the National Weather Service.

Areas of fog and frost should persist until about 10 a.m., after which sunnier skies are expected, with a high of 63 degrees at Napa County Airport.

The overnight low is forecast at 32 under increasing clouds, with patchy fog lingering until 10 a.m. Monday.

Local conditions should remain dry and around 60 degrees by day for most of the week, before a chance of showers beginning Friday night.

Here is the five-day weather outlook for Napa:

Martin Luther King Day: 63 / 32 — patchy morning fog, then gradual clearing

Tuesday: 61 / 39 — sunny

Wednesday: 57 / 35 — mostly cloudy

Thursday: 60 / 35 — mostly sunny

Friday: 59 / 35 — partly sunny by day; slight chance of nighttime showers

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