|Nubble Light, again, cause this place rocks.|
My thinking today is we will not see any rain until at least Saturday, and light at that. The system will begin to slowly move ashore on Sunday, pushing heavy rain into the region by late in the day. By Monday, all of central California will be being effected, with SoCal getting a good dose by Tuesday. Snow for the Sierra. Now, yesterday, this system was slated to be hitting us hard by Friday, so we could see a chance for that. And who knows, maybe it will all head way north like most of what we have seen this season so far. Still a good five days out from the onset, and a week plus from the core, so a lot can, and will, change. If you are planning on getting to the mountains, the current forecast keeps things dry until Sunday, but when things do start, it looks warm. Again, different scenario than yesterday's models that suggested a colder start.
In short, some fine nice weather for at least the next four days. Inclement weather again looking likely, but timing still up in the air. Rain possible as early as Friday, but likely holding off until later on Saturday. Keep tuned.