The wet season may not be entirely done with us yet, forecasts the NWS.
It looks like most of the United States has a greater than average possibility of precipitation, and even more likely in the North West, over the next week or two.
Odds are increasing the potential for rain and high elevation snow late next week across Northern California.
Kevin Musso, the Chief Meteorologist at ABC30 Action News, adds that models are showing an Atmospheric River connection to a weather system due in late next week, Friday, April 6th. This will be a one-day rain event, but it could bring a few hours of heavy rain. Wherever the hose is pointed will become very wet!