Posted by: Stan Russell | January 4, 2017


US National Weather Service San Francisco Bay Area/Monterey California

While a few showers may linger through tonight across the region, most areas are seeing a drying trend. This will give way to mostly dry conditions over the region for Thursday into much of the day Friday before our next system arrives from the Pacific. This system, as seen in the animation, is forecast to be a very potent atmospheric river event. While details are difficult to nail down at this point, prolific rainfall amounts will be possible with 24 to 36 hours of solid moderate to heavy rainfall. In addition, the forecast models show a few more systems impacting the region late next week into the following weekend. Please be sure to closely monitor the latest forecast as we approach this weekend’s heavy rainfall event. Also, remember that you can “Be a Force of Nature” by knowing your weather related risk, taking action and being an example in your community.

Click the US National Weather Service link at the top of this post to see this animated.



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