|The surf will take a storm toward the stormier side starting tomorrow.|
Saturday will be windy and wet. So will Sunday. A cold front will pass through Saturday evening, and will bring with it plenty of moisture. Sunday morning will be crisp in the upper 40s. The day time highs will drop to the low 60s. There does look like there will be a break by mid day on Monday. Tuesday mid day, we begin to see another round of possible rain. So, in short, it is going to be rainy for a bit. Looks like through the following weekend and into that next week. Details are hard to pin down right now, as much of this is still five or more days out. But it will be wet. And the Sierra is expecting a big boost to the snow pack. Which is good news after nearly a month of settling with just one storm for the period. The pack has dropped several feet across the board. At least my buddies wood pile is melted out again.
Saturday we are looking at a forecast of an inch plus of rain. For the period Sunday through Monday, about two. Tuesday and Wednesday, about a half inch. So, those are looking like your drier days for the period, as another system winds up to us some time between Thursday and next weekend (March 12/13). Get ready to handle plenty of water, because winter is coming back to remind us that it is not over just yet. Oh, and this all has a bit more of that El Nino signature. That is good news for SoCal.