For the most part. Hurricane Miriam is currently ripping up off the coast of Baja and even sending some small swell north. As she enters cooler waters, the storm will spread apart. Most moisture will pull across the desert toward Texas, but there is a slight chance that upper level winds will pull a slug up the coast and into the Sierra. Very slight chance. But if it comes to pass, we could see some clouds and maybe showers along the coast. And the highest peaks could see a dusting of snow. Like I said. Slight chance.
|Remember this spot from the Lost Boys? Where Michael learns that he is a vampire. Well, I've only seen this guy on foggy days.|