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IEWeather 16h
ECMWF (left) and GFS (right) both showing light rain amounts for SoCal. For the I.E., expect rain amounts of 0.10-0.40” with isolated totals up to 0.50” in the foothills of the San Bernardino and San Gabriel Mountains. In burn areas, prepare for possible mudslides.
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Daniel Swain 9h
Today is last day of smoke & low air quality across Northern CA! And coming rains should be enough to end fire season across northern half of state (though not in SoCal). 10-day totals will be hefty in some spots; some debris flows possible near burn scars.
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NWS Los Angeles 8h
Latest storm total precip for upcoming storm system. Still on track for 0.20-0.70 inch coast/valleys & 0.70-1.25 inches for south-facing foothills & mountains. Potential for rock slides/mudslides & minor debris flows for Woolsey and Hill burn areas.
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Daniel Swain Nov 16
The good news: significant, perhaps even fire "season ending" rains possible across much of Northern California by late next week. The bad news: some models suggesting heavy rainfall capable of causing significant post-fire flood/debris flow concerns near .
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NWS Los Angeles Nov 18
Recent burn areas are at risk for mud & debris flows when heavy rain occurs. There is a 20% chance of debris flows on Wed. IN ADDITION - rock/mudslides are always a risk on canyon roads when it rains!
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NWS Sacramento Nov 19
Flash Flood Watch for the burn scars is in effect Wednesday afternoon through Friday morning. A Winter Storm Watch is in effect Wednesday Afternoon and Wednesday night above 6500 ft. Ash, mud and debris flows possible for the burn scars. Accumulating snow above 6500 ft.
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Alameda, CA AQI 37m
Prelim AQI at 00:00 (94501): PM2.5=133 (Unhealthy for Sensitive Groups) O₃=19 (Good)
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NWS Sacramento Nov 18
Here's a forecast of rainfall totals through early Saturday. The wet systems are expected to help suppress the & improve air quality. Recently burned areas could see ash flow, though, and even have the potential for debris flow if rain intensity is high enough.
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NWS Sacramento Nov 19
With rain back in the forecast, previously burned areas will experience ash flow. If the rain becomes heavy over one of these burned areas, debris flow may be possible. Be prepared if you live near an affected area.
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NWS Bay Area 6h
No more "Sunshine Daydream." How about some "Rain"? Possibly a "Touch of grey" tonight & then it "Looks like Rain." Possibly a whole "Box of rain." Many will be Grafeful for the upcoming rain. Here is the latest timing. Heads up - rain will likely impact holiday travel.
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Lynn Nov 17
Smoky again in N Auburn (Looking west).
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NWS Eureka 58m
Southerly winds have made it to the office on Woodley Island. We had a gust 12 mph and temperatures jumped 5 degrees in the last half hour. As of 11:40 PM it is 61 degrees.
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NWS Bay Area 19h
Updated forecast rain totals for the first storm (Wednesday & Wednesday Night), second storm (Thursday afternoon-Friday), and combined rain totals for both storms. As much as 3" of rain is possible in the North Bay by the end of the week.
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🗽 Shadow D. Wolf Nov 16
Erf, smoke is getting worse in Saratoga.
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Chris Baker Nov 12
pictures from the first 24 hours of the Incident. Cars driving through fire while the helicopter drops water on them. (Photo Credits: Pilot Daniel Anderson, California National Guard ).
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SanDiegoAIR 4h
Prelim AQI at 21:00 (91911): PM2.5=75 (Moderate) O₃=25 (Good)
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NWS Sacramento 14h
Here is the latest thinking on the upcoming multi-day rainfall event (Wednesday through Saturday). Of particular interest are the burn scar areas where ash and debris flows are possible if precipitation is heavy enough.
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NWS Los Angeles Nov 18
Potential for significant travel delays on Wed afternoon into Wed night due to projected rain impacts combined with already very busy holiday traffic. Threat of rockslides/mudslides, especially Hwy 1 and canyon roadways in and burn areas.
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Rob Elvington 7h
Our dry streak ends at 46 days Wednesday. 2nd image shows all dry streaks 46 days or more since 1986. Most of course are during dry season. Only 1995, 2002 & 2003 have anything close to 2018 for KRDD.
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NWS Bay Area 9h
UPDATED rainfall forecast. Not much change. Highest amounts continue to be in the North bay with 2-3 inches expected through Friday.
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