|At low tides the reef becomes exposed and ripe for exploration. 4 Mile Beach.|
Another trough is headed toward BC next Sunday. That thing could send swell our way, and if the high pressure sets up like I hope, conditions could be nice. That late weekend storm energy gets picked up by a following low pressure that may displace this bubble and slide inside it. Current 7 day model runs suggest this battle splits the storm, sending some of it toward Tahoe and the rest toward SoCal on late Monday and into Tuesday morning. What is so interesting is the moisture feed keeps moderate precipitation over the southern Sierra and much of the southern portion of the state into Wednesday. Little confidence right now in this solution, although it has persisted in the GFS runs for the past 56 hours. So there is that. Also suggested is another bout of precipitation over Easter weekend. Could be April going out like a lion. More on this whole scenario as we get closer. Don;t be surprised if it ends up being a totally dry week.
In short, tomorrow looks promising, as does this weekend. Maybe more rain as early as next Monday night. Keep in tune. Our season may yet to be over.