By: WxTracker15, 8:28 AM GMT on March 09, 2012
***Urban flooding possible by later next week******Heavy high elevation snowfall next week******Strong winds, and heavy rainfall could cause power outages almost every day next week*** All info is located on my site, if you live in northern California, or know someone who does let them know what's coming! I update my site pretty much every day, sometimes multiple times during periods of active weather.NCWW - Northern California Weather Watch
Updated: 7:32 PM GMT on March 09, 2012
By: WxTracker15, 8:52 PM GMT on October 21, 2010
Tropical moisture from whats left of typhoon Megi, is getting entrained in a cold front and is headed for northern California. This storm is being backed up by a 190KT jet stream being directed into the PNW. More info at NCWW (Northern California Weather Watch)
By: WxTracker15, 8:11 PM GMT on October 18, 2010
Info here: NCWW (Northern California Wx Watch)
Updated: 8:11 PM GMT on October 18, 2010
By: WxTracker15, 3:55 AM GMT on August 02, 2010
Northern California Winter 2010 - 2011 Forecast1st of all is the La Nina situation. Right now we are around a -0.9. Most models average out to a -1.5 to -1.8... some models even get us into the -2.0 range. Right now I believe we will get to around a -1.4 to -1.6, with the possibility of it getting lower.When the pacific ocean cools (La Nina) the west coast usually becomes cooler and the PNW areas wetter also. Snowfall also usually goes up during La Nina periods acro...
By: WxTracker15, 6:08 AM GMT on May 31, 2010
The passed few days have been pleasant and seasonable across NorCal, and should continue through the daylight hours Monday, but with some cooling (1 - 5 degrees).Monday night a very weak upper level system moves over Northern California, and presents a chance of showers overnight, mainly over higher terrain... Possibly... with the daytime heating, and the system moving over the mountains, there could even be a few overnight thunderstorms in the foothills/mountains a...
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