Oct 20, 2014 8:42 PM by Kris Kuyper
Wet weather around the North State on Monday, although in most areas it wasn't much. Unstable low pressure moved in behind the main front Monday evening, and fired off some strong thunderstorms, mainly in Shasta County. As low pressure moves east and the atmosphere cools down after sunset, these storms will diminish.
We'll be in-between storms on Tuesday, so look for partly cloudy skies. Clouds will thicken some on Wednesday, but it will still be dry.
A new Pacific storm will arrive Thursday, and this will bring us another chance of showers... especially in the morning. Hopefully we'll see a little sunshine in the afternoon, because that's when our partial solar eclipse is! The peak of the eclipse will be a little after 3pm, but there's a chance we may not be able to see it.
Models are indicating a more potent storm to arrive Friday night, with the potential to really soak us... so fingers crossed for that! We should dry out Saturday morning, and the rest of the upcoming weekend looks dry.
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