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CNRFC Hydrometeorological Discussion

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Hydrometeorological Discussion
National Weather Service / California Nevada RFC / Sacramento CA
830 AM PDT Mon Jun 14 2021

...PRECIP ACROSS SRN OR AND NRN CA TODAY AND SRN OR TUESDAY...
...TEMPS WARM UP TO 10-20 DEGREES ABOVE NORMAL FOR THURSDAY INTO THE 
WEEKEND...
...SHOWERS POSSIBLE OVER THE SRN SIERRA THURSDAY AND FRIDAY...

.METEOROLOGICAL CONDITIONS (MON AM - SUN AM)...

An upper level trough along the west coast with a system moving 
through the Pac NW and trailing through Nrn CA today.  Some record 
rainfall fell yesterday along the far Nrn CA coast with amounts 
around 0.75 - 2 inches (0.73  at EKA  and 1.94 in at Crescent City 
yesterday). Precip continues across Southern Oregon and Nrn CA 
(mainly around Cape Mendocino and North) today. Precip amounts 
generally less than half an inch today.  Precip shifts to the north 
tomorrow for light precip (less than a tenth of an inch) possible 
over Srn Oregon as a shortwave trough moves through the Pac NW. High 
pressure over the four corners region expands over the region and 
shifts westward Wednesday into Saturday  bringing warm temperatures. 
Temps warm to around 10-20 degrees above normal with some record 
temperatures possible Thursday into Saturday.  A few showers are 
possible over the Srn Sierra on Thursday and Friday and possibly 
east into Central NV Friday.