A VERY LARGE DEEP UPPER LEVEL TROUGH MOVING IN FROM THE GULF OF ALASKA RIGHT NOW... THE FIRST DISTURBANCE PUSHING THROUGH THIS AFTERNOON AND EVENING... WE'LL CONTINUE TO SEE PLUMES OF PACIFIC MOISTURE TRICKLE IN FOR THE FIRST HALF OF THE WORK WEEK. BY WEDNESDAY NIGHT INTO THURSDAY MORNING WE'LL SEE A SMALL WINDOW WITH THE POSSIBILITY OF A RAIN SNOW MIX FOR VALLEYS AROUND 2500 FEET. TEMPERATURES WILL FEEL QUITE COLD BUT WILL ACTUALLY BE SEASONAL FOR THE SECOND HALF OF THE WEEK. KXLY 4'S Alyssa Donovan has your Evening Forecast for November 13.
- Landslide buries California's scenic highway in Big Sur
- Plains states brace for storms
- 2 killed in tornadoes in Wisconsin and Oklahoma; 25 hurt
- It's only 100 days until the sun disappears across America
- Canada floods: 3 missing in Quebec and British Columbia
- Okefenokee wildfire forces evacuations in Georgia