I have been faced this week with a classic dilema that all meteorologist face from time to time
A large portion of the West should have a good look at the lunar eclipse later Monday night.
this winter will go down as least snowy in over a decade
A storm west of the northern California/Oregon border will bring some more spring rain and thunderstorms with mountain snow into Wednesday.
A series of storms continue their onslaught on about an every other day time frame through the end of next week.
A series of storms will move across the Northwest and northern California over the next few days.
This winter has certainly brought a lot of negatives to California, but the one bright note has been the warm weather.
Now, two weeks later, here is more evidence that the short period of rain and mountain snow had little impact.
Weather parameters are coming together for a period of strong Santa Ana winds
In fact, if our models are right Southern California will not have any chance of rain before sometime during the week of March 17.