|Corn is the call. Or protected north facing coolies holding winter snow.|
There is a large, cut off low coming out of the north, as our local high pressure retrogrades out to sea. This will allow for late season arctic air to move south. Right now the details are hard to see, but this system will be effecting the state all of next week. It has very little water with it. Although, if the high pushes further west, the low may be able to pick up water off the ocean. That would change things. Currently, we see chances for showers early next work week, lasting through the week. Right now the models suggest that Thursday would be the heaviest chance for rain in Santa Cruz. More to come. It is spring. Who knows what this thing will do. It could even completely miss us if the high stays centered.