A rare, very cold storm dropping south from Oregon sets the stage for snow in places that don’t get much snow and plenty of travel problems.
The amount of water in the snowpack in the Sierra is far below normal for even this time of year.
Flooding will be a given, most widespread in the northern half of the state.
This storm will endanger life and property both on the seas and over land in a large area.
A huge storm is expected it impact much of the Bering Sea beginning Friday night
This will be the first significant statewide rain and snow event of the season.
Below you will find my general forecast of precipitation generally between 5 p.m. and 9 p.m.
This week is going to be another wet one two for the Northwest and eventually rain moves south through California.
As you can see the two forecast are not even in the same hemisphere nevertheless the same neighborhood.