The National Weather Service is predicting cooler temperatures and precipitation for northern California later this week, bringing some well-needed respite to the state amidst its worst wildfire season on record.
Good news! The pattern change is still on track to bring cooler temperatures to NorCal late this week into the weekend. Widespread rain is possible across the area, though specific amounts & locations remain uncertain at this time. Keep an eye out for forecast updates!
Hopefully, some of that precipitation will also fall as snow at higher elevations. Winter’s coming…
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