Dec 4, 2014 8:13 PM by Kris Kuyper
We saw a few brief showers around the North State today, but overall it was a much drier day. That will change Friday night.
We'll see mostly cloudy skies overnight as we await our next storm. A few patches of locally dense fog are possible early Friday morning, but shouldn't last long... the incoming storm should break them up quickly Friday. This storm is due in Friday night, and looks to deliver about 1/2" to 2/3" of rain. It's another mild storm, so snow levels should remain near 5000'. It should be mostly done by Saturday morning, so the weekend looks dry.
Yet another storm will arrive late Sunday night and last into Monday, but it doesn't look too big. Should be under 1/2" of rain for the Valley, with not much wind. Snow levels shouldn't change, either.
We'll get another break in the wet weather Tuesday and Wednesday, but the end of next week could be WET. Winds will pick up a bit Wednesday ahead of the first one, and gust near 25 mph by the afternoon. Rain will move in on Thursday, and could deliver 1" of rain for the Valley, with higher amounts in the mountains. South winds will gust to 35 mph. Another good looking storm will soak us on Friday. These storms may finally have some cold air with them, and could drop those snow levels below 4000' by Thursday afternoon!
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