Warm weather is in the forecast this week for visitors to the World Ag Expo in Tulare County.
High pressure will dominate the weather pattern over central California for several days bringing clear, chilly mornings and warm, sunny afternoons through this weekend.
Thursday's low in Tulare will 35-degrees so patches of frost are possible around sunrise.
The afternoon high at the Ag Expo grounds will be 65-degrees under clear, blue skies.
A warming trend will last through Saturday across central California then cooler and wetter weather is in the forecast next week.
A storm system will bring a chance of valley rain and mountain snow on Tuesday so if you're not ready for winter to end just yet there's still hope for more wet weather.