|Court enjoying the winter corn harvest in the Sierra. Yesterday. Things sure look different up here today.|
When I say clears, what I mean is that most of the heaviest rain and wind will occur between midnight and 6AM. By 6PM, there could breaks of blue. There is a slight chance that we could see additional rain impact the county on Friday, but it looks more likely that storm will remain north and bring only some clouds and perhaps a period of drizzle. On the other hand, the mountains are getting a much needed reset today and tonight. Snow showers are likely to linger through the day Thursday, but forecast are for half a foot plus at lake level and up to two feet on the crest. Friday perhaps a few inches on the mountains. Could set up for a great weekend. And even if that sun does come out to beat on the snow, at least it is still February. Enjoy the storm.