Sunny skies stick around through Tuesday, rain and wind the rest of the week.
Temperatures will jump into the mid 60’s across the NorthState as high pressure continues to dominate. We’ll see sunny skies and light winds again today making for another beautiful November weekend. But things change as we get to Wednesday of next week.
By then a very strong upper level trough will dig itself far enough south to affect the California coast. The initial burst of energy will move through Tuesday night into Wednesday morning and could give us some very heavy rain. But we’ll see a break from that before the next batch moves in. From there the models are essentially keeping us wet and cloudy through Monday of the following week. There is also such a huge amount of rain coming from this system that we could definitely be talking about a flooding event as this system moves onshore. It is a very warm system though, as most of the moisture is tropical in origin, so snow levels will remain high. We’ll continue to monitor this storm as it approaches and keep you up to date on any changes that may occur.
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