|Hiking through slot canyons in California's desert.|
Last week I though the system was going to be too far east to give us any more than a sprinkle. Well, I was wrong, but over all the system over delivered. This week models are a bit more progressive. If all goes as forecast, we could see a wet system move south, just off the coast, on Wednesday evening, pushing rain across the region mid day on Thursday. The bulk of the storm splits further south, bringing heavier rain to Big Sur, and points well south on Friday. Could be a good rain maker. Not getting too hopeful yet, but certainly watching things. In fact, the mid an long term models are suggesting a continuation of the current trend of building highs and bull dozing lows. Kind of the most active period of weather we have had since last December. It is actually kind of cool, and hoping it continues. Besides the need for water, is sure helps keep that dust down.