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Another cool, moderate storm will arrive acoss the North Bay Friday morning in the form of a closed low pressure system, with rain and showers lasting into Saturday afternoon. This one will drop between one half and one inch of rain in most areas of the North Bay.

Beginning Easter Sunday glorious spring weather will arrive for several days, but at least one more cool and showery storm may be headed our way late in the first week of April.


A blob of moisture and energy will combine with a low pressure center dropping south to form a closed low off the California coast on Friday. This low will drop south along the coast bringing us moderate rain (beginning early Friday) but sending even more moisture to Southern California by Saturday.

Our showers will end by late Saturday as the low pressure center drops south. Sunday should bring sun and a few clouds; pretty nice springtime weather for Easter Sunday. And the sunshine and warming temperatures should be with us through midweek as high pressure builds in quickly behind the storm.


As we’ve seen numerous times this spring, low pressure troughs continue to stream into the West. That will happen again by Thursday April 4th and may bring us blustery, showery weather through Monday the 8th.

The forecast models don’t agree on the track of this low pressure trough as it moves south. If it stays close to, or just off the coast it may bring us significant rain. A track further inland will keep us mostly dry but cool. We’ll keep watching the trends. Right now look for showers and cool weather beginning next Thursday or so, and potentially continuing through next weekend.

And all models agree that we stay cooler than average into the 2nd week of April. We’ll have additional updates as the forecast evolves.

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