An Atmospheric River (lots of moisture rich air bringing rain/snow to the state) is expected to arrive in the Bay Area later today, and will last through Saturday, according to the National Weather Service.
Contra Costa County could see as much as two inches of rain.
The National Weather Service reminds you to monitor the weather, drive with caution, and have a “go bag” ready if you live near a burn scar.
Enjoying a proper winter, we haven’t had one in a while.
be safe people!
It’s called “the jet stream”.
And it’s global warming, not “climate change”.
Yup just a bit of rain . . . .
Soda Springs, CA 10-Day Weather Forecast
Rain accumulation Concord
Daily Reservoir Storage Summary , take a look at inflows
Covert inflow CFS to gallons per minute https://tinyurl.com/yn7mcmtk
As of this post Oroville inflow 8,959 CFS converts out to 4,021,076 GPM
Check after storm recheck reservoir inflows.
great links O’ G, I like the windy.com one, never have seen that one. Let’s hope this rain/snow leads to sufficient replenishment of our reservoirs/lakes/rivers
What happened to “The Pineapple Express”?
Abandoned due to “cultural appropriation?
Rain, wet roads, New Year’s Eve, and booze. What can go wrong?
US military weather warfare geoengineering at it’s finest with you as the target. 🤪
@CAPTAIN BEBOPS….It’s getting worse, I’ve had to double line all my caps and hats with the heavy duty tin foil. Hope that keeps them from reading my brain waves, it was close for a while, the voices are quiet now.
Always interesting that All you are able to do is throw out insults and ad hominem attacks….but you NEVER are able to bring anything to challenge what these “tinfoil” comments are saying. You got Nothing, Nada!
Crows are plentiful this winter so we can bake up a pie for NYT who hasn’t been paying attention as we are learning more about the weather warfare program that went into effect right after WWII. I recall my brother-in-law, who was in the Air Force, in the early 1950s explaining the difference between contrails and chemtrails. We had plenty of military aircraft flying overhead on the north-south route from Fairchild Air Force Base.
One only had to look in the Yellow Pages to see ads for cloud seeding even back then. The tech has been around for a long time and much of it not all that secret. One can look up patents for these things. A search will even turn up global companies offering services that can even create these “atmospheric rivers”.
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