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CNRFC Daily Briefing
Last issued: Mon Aug 08, 2022 at 08:11 AM PST (updated daily by 10 AM Pacific Time).
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Summary:
  • Showers and thunderstorms will increase in coverage across the Sierra crest and points east over much of Nevada, and then down across southeast California. Peak coverage is expected to be Tuesday and Wednesday.
  • High pressure will move downstream from the Four Corners region later in the week, while the upper low pressure just off the northern CA coast will drift northward off the Pacific Northwest coast. This will bring drier southwest flow to the region by the end of the week.
  • Sierra streams are recediing after last week's rainfall.
  • The Sacramento River at Rio Vista will reach monitor stage overnight again tonight with continued high overnight tides through the week. Peak tides are expected to occur August 11-12.
Confidence: High Overall, Low for Thunderstorms

Staffing Level: Normal

Detailed Hydrometeorological Discussion: cnrfc.noaa.gov/discussion

River Guidance Points Forecast Above Specified Stage Definitions  (Select NWS ID for Specified Graphical RVF)
NWS IDRiver / CreekGage / StationMonitor
Stage
Flood
Stage
Danger
Stage
Max Forecast
Stage
Max Forecast
Flow
Forecast
Status
RVBC1SACRAMENTO RIO VISTA 7.411.912.98.0N/AAbove Monitor

** NOTE **  Stage is presented in "Feet" while Flow is presented in "cfs".