2/22/23- Update

By Jack Martin on Feb 22, 2023 at 05:12 PM

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"Widely scattered showers almost exclusively over the mountains, 
the Central Coast, and the northwestern portion of the Antelope Vly 
will continue today and overnight. Rainfall amounts will only be 
0.05-0.25 inches while above 2000 ft 1 to 4 inches of snow is 

A deep low-pressure system will drop down the West Coast Thursday 
through Saturday with heavy precipitation expected mainly on Friday, 
followed by numerous showers into the weekend. Rain rates are likely 
to range from 0.50-1.0 inches per hour when the front moves through 
the area on Friday. Rainfall totals with this system will be 
widespread of 2-4 inches for the coasts and valleys of Santa 
Barbara, Ventura, and Los Angeles Counties from Thursday night through 
Saturday. Snow levels will remain low with the lower foothills 
seeing 4-6 inches of rain and then a mix or change over to snow 
above 2500 feet. Snow totals with this system will be very 
significant with 6-12 inches up to 4000 feet and 2-5 feet above 
4000 feet with isolated 7-foot totals at higher elevations. 

The break between storm systems could be brief on Sunday to early 
Monday when another significant rain event impacts the area on 
Tuesday or Wednesday next week."


Jack Martin

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