Dec 17, 2014 8:42 PM by Kris Kuyper
Yet another storm moved into the North State Wednesday evening, bringing us more rain. It's lacking good moisture and organization, so we'll get rain, but not as much as Tuesday night. It should be gone before sunrise Thursday. Snow levels will be near 4500'. Thursday looks dry, but mostly cloudy for us.
Our next storm arrives early Friday with more rain. Snow levels should be near 4500'. The bulk of the wet weather will be early Friday; by the afternoon it looks like just a few showers. Copious moisture will stream into the North State through Saturday, but there won't be any dynamics to squeeze rain from the clouds in most areas. The Siskiyous should see showers and Redding could even see a stray shower on Saturday, but everyone else should be dry.
High pressure will return by Sunday, sending the jet stream (and stormy weather) northward. We may see a bit of fog early Sunday, but a light north breeze by the afternoon should dry us out enough that fog won't be much of a concern for us after that. This ridge should stick around for a bit, meaning it looks dry through Christmas.