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Here are the details. Clouds today. Should continue to feel pretty cool out unless the sun breaks out. I would love to see a short break of sun today, but I won't be holding my breath. By tomorrow morning, the rain should be impacting the north bay. Heavy rain. We might be able to hold off until noon, but once the rain does come, we can expect several hours of heavy rain. And strong south winds. It will be a stormy day Saturday. The storm will bring some colder air, but not terribly cold. Low 60s perhaps. Sunday morning we could see some lingering showers, but expect mostly clouds for the day. Next round is expected to show up early Monday.
Current model runs suggest the strong storm for Monday will show up mid morning. So, you commute types might still have an easy morning drive. Don't expect that to be the case for Monday evening. More strong south winds and heavy rain should be wide spread by evening. And this one is packing some cold air. We could be hovering in the upper 50s on Monday. All in all, this is really good news for our water issues. Still not going to be enough to knock us out of drought, but it is moving us in the right direction. Rain subsides on Tuesday. And as of today, it looks like it might even be sunny on Wednesday and warming into the mid 60s. But that is still a long ways off, so, you never know. But know what? There is another small system forecast for Thursday, so it is not like it is high and dry. So there is that to consider.