Coastal storm moving into the state and it’s been a gloomy day–one system out and now the second one in…
Wind Advisory issued through 2 AM
I’ll have 24-hour rain totals in my full forecast. simply because I do want to keep an eye on totals through AM Friday, as the second low (this coastal storm) ejects.Getting reports of hail and wind damage, power outages and a huge electrical fire.
I do expect ponding and localized flooding though nothing has been issued by The NWS, yet–yesterday we saw a Short Term Forecast issued right before the 5. This storm is a big one and winds are increasing. Getting an onshore push of rain and winds. so in addition we could get some wind damage.
Made a few changes to the 8-day including increasing clouds PM Saturday to AM Sunday and chance of sprinkles there (made that change last night at 11). Also increased clouds next Tuesday-Thursday as I track a cold front.
TONIGHT: Tracking Coastal Storm. 45-49
THURSDAY: Rounds of rain, not done this storm needs a shift in the winds to allow it to move along. Temps in the 50’s
FRIDAY: Increased clouds and still keeping spot drizzle early Friday- breezy day. 60’s
SATURDAY: Increasing clouds added those extra PM clouds and a chance of spot showers late. Mid 60’s
SUNDAY: Sun and clouds, more AM clouds and possibly a spot shower. low 60’s
MONDAY: Sun and few clouds. low 60’s
TUESDAY: Partly to mostly cloudy and watching a cold front tat will likely get here by Wednesday but not excluding it just yet. Warmer mid 60’s
WEDNESDAY: Mostly cloudy and watching chance of cold front. Mid 60’s
THURSDAY: Mostly cloudy skies, for now–chance at showers. low 60’s