By Jack Martin on May 01, 2023 at 03:14 PM

Good Sunday morning and the last day of April.

Where overall April has been a pretty good month, we can’t stay the same for the beginning of May. This morning the marine layer is thicker along the coast at about 1500 feet, and has moved into some of the valley area. You can also see the distinct low pressure system that is spinning counterclockwise up in the Pacific Northwest. This will influence our weather over the next four days.


Today will be cool and foggy along the coast, some warming in the valleys, but this will be the last warm day for a while.
Tonight will bring in a deeper marine layer and possibly produce some drizzle into Monday morning. Looks like a few 100s in the of an inch to a 1/10th. Cooling will be 12 to 25°. Into Tuesday the low pressure system will move south and cut off from the main low. It will remain cooling, but should remain relatively rainless into at least Tuesday night.
The best chance of rain will be Wednesday into Thursday with most Models agreeing. The rain that occurs between Tuesday and Thursday will be showering in nature. It looks like 1/3 to 2/3 of an inch of rain, coastal and 3/4 to to 1.25 

In the foothills. Snow level actually get down to 4500 feet. Looks like Thursday night rain chances will be behind us and we will start to warm up for the weekend. This late season storm will be kind of an encore to all the rain that we have seen here this season.
Hopefully, after this week, we will get into a dry warming pattern and put this rainy season behind us.
Sorry for the bleak forecast, but I only report them.
Have a good Sunday!
Jack Martin

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