The National Weather Service said Sunday more “active” weather is on its way to the Bay Area starting late Monday and early Tuesday, with another round of rain and stronger winds.
The NWS said the Central Coast is an area of concern, but given antecedent conditions, nuisance flooding, mudslides, and downed trees are possible across the area.
Forecasters said to expect a half-inch and an inch of rain from Cloverdale in the North Bay all the way south to San Jose and 1.5 to 2.5 inches in the Santa Cruz Mountains and Big Sur, and up to 3.5 inches in the Santa Lucia Mountains. The heaviest rain is expected Tuesday morning into the afternoon.
This wet climate pattern is more or less normal. Then we’ll go into another very dry period.
And CA should build more reservoirs while simultaneously balancing environmental concerns such as fish and bird migration, and habitat conservation.
I agree with everything you said.
I think this is the first time we have ever agreed on something. You are 100% spot on.
Comments are closed.