California’s Weather Forecast: A Day-by-Day Look

Here’s a daily breakdown for the week of January 9th.

Rain is set to return across much of California’s coast in the morning, but Tuesday’s storm system looks a little different. Storms will move a little faster across the region on Tuesday but with much more lightning and thunder, strong winds and some may even bring hail. Even a short-term weak tornado cannot be ruled out, meteorologists said. In coastal areas, these tornadoes will most likely be waterspouts making landfall.

“Today’s heavy rain will further exacerbate ongoing flooding while prolonging the risk of flash floods and mudslides, particularly in recent burn scar regions,” Weather Prediction Center meteorologists said.

The good news is that the rapidity of storm systems should prevent heavy rains from falling over an area for an extended period of time.

“Heavy snow will increase in the mountains today and continue through much of the night with likely significant impact on travel this morning,” said the Sacramento Bureau’s forecasters.

The storm will move rapidly inland later in the evening and precipitation will ease somewhat.

Los Angeles forecasters said Southern California is expected to be dry Wednesday through Friday.

Northern California won’t do as well.

“Wednesday looked more like a ‘beauty day’ before,” This was announced by the office of the San Francisco National Weather Servicebut that has changed.

Meteorologists at the Weather Prediction Center are forecasting that a “huge cyclone” will form far off the coast of the North American continent – a large storm system rotating counterclockwise around a low and bringing another atmospheric flow towards the west coast.

This time it is expected to affect areas further north of northern California north of the Pacific Northwest coast on Wednesday, forecasters said.

This plume of moisture — called atmospheric flux — will stretch from Hawaii to California. In this case, it is often referred to as Pineapple Express.

Most of California will pause as the cloud moves further north.

The rain falls mainly in the far north of the state as well as in Oregon and Washington.

“Moderate to locally heavy rain is likely throughout Thursday before gradually tapering on Friday and into the weekend,” the Seattle Forecasting Office said.

Rain returns to California this weekend with another round of widespread precipitation.

“This system will hit a larger area of ​​California with even heavier rainfall. Worsening flooding or a delayed improvement in ongoing problems is again possible on a very saturated coast in central Southern California while heavy snowfall hits the higher elevations of the Sierra,” forecasters at the Weather Prediction Center said. California’s Weather Forecast: A Day-by-Day Look

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