12/4/19

By Jack Martin on Dec 04, 2019 at 04:11 PM

Good Wednesday morning, 

Low pressure is spinning off shore and has been moving quite slowly.

We have only seen some light showers, but rain will pick up around 6:30 and we will see a brief period of some heavy rain.

Looks like it will dump pretty good for a 2 to 3 hour period, before turning to showers. 

https://www.ssd.noaa.gov/goes/west/nepac/h5-loop-wv.html

South winds have picked up and mountain areas are really feeling these winds. 

Rain totals are on track .75 to 1.5 coastal and 1 to 3 inches in the hills.

Rain peak per hour could be as high as .80 to .90 per hour. This will make a mess in the burn areas this morning.

Rain turns to showers this afternoon. Showers will continue through the night.

Temps today will be a high in the 60s, which is cool, but still 10 to 12 degrees warmer than last weeks rain.

Thursday looks to be dry. With some clouds only.

Friday, a low to the north comes into play, but rain will stay north until at least Friday night.

This system never gets close enough for us to see heavy rain, but showers remain in the forecast through Sunday.

The best chance for rain is Saturday night.

Monday and Tuesday are looking dry with a warming trend looking more likely. 

This is still in the long range models, so we will watch the weather as it gets closer. 

Let’s hope for a dry period starting next week.

Enjoy the rain, butt dont be fooled, it is coming.

https://www.wrh.noaa.gov/lox/scripts/animate.php?root=radar_0r&list=VBX_7.png,VBX_6.png,VBX_5.png,VBX_4.png,VBX_3.png,VBX_2.png,VBX_1.png,VBX_0.png

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