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Lots Of Virga Today?




A weak upper-level disturbance located near San Francisco this morning will slide east the next couple of days. We have a slight chance of seeing some isolated mainly high based rain showers, and perhaps an isolated thunderstorm or two today into this evening. Most of this activity today will likely be virga and not reach the ground, and what does is expected to be very light.

 Perhaps A Better Shot @ Rain This Weekend?


ECMWF 10-Day Total Precipitation Forecast.

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Perhaps there is some hope coming across the western horizon by next weekend. A closed upper-level low is forecast to move southeastward into northern Mexico by the ECMWF model by next Saturday evening. The GFS brings this system further to the north. Another shot of colder air will also be approaching from the north. So it appears at this time anyway that our chances of seeing some rain may be going up soon.

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