Nov 20, 2014 9:43 PM by Kris Kuyper
Another day, another storm around the North State on Thursday. Today's storm wasn't that big, however, and delivered less rain to us than Wednesday's storm did. It's moving out quickly and things should dry up after midnight... We could see patchy fog develop by Friday morning, and it could be locally dense.
Friday will be a cloudy day in-between storms. The last in our series of storms should be the biggest, and is due in late Friday night, lasting into Saturday afternoon. It's mainly a healthy plume of moisture riding in on a vigorous jet stream. Not a huge winter storm, but not a small one, either. It will also kick up a blustery south wind, with gusts to 30 mph on Saturday morning. Skies should clear Saturday night.
Behind it, surface high pressure will build into the Pacific Northwest on Sunday, and that will kick up a blustery north wind in the Valley... look for 25 to 30 mph gusts on Sunday, along with the sunshine. Those winds will diminish Sunday night, and we'll be left with sunshine for the beginning of next week. We may see some clouds on Thanksgiving, but it looks dry and mild.
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