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Hydrometeorological Discussion
National Weather Service / California Nevada RFC / Sacramento CA
610 AM PDT Sun Jun 16 2024

...A FEW SHOWERS FAR NORTHERN AREAS LATER TODAY INTO EARLY MON...

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

Broad troffing across western Canada extends southward toward the 
Pacific Northwest and northern Rockies this morning with cyclonic 
flow continuing over CA and NV...as well. A disturbance moving 
through this flow is currently located west of the OR coast and will 
traverse the Pacific Northwest and clip northern CA and northern NV 
late today into Monday. This will bring the region its only 
opportunity for precip for the week...mainly from the higher terrain 
of the upper Klamath River basin and points east across far northern 
NV. Totals will be 0.10-inch or less. As for temperatures...look for 
mainly near or below normal temperatures...bottoming out tomorrow 
before starting to rebound above normal for the end of the week as 
high pressure begins to build and heights rise over the area. 


Please Note: This product may NOT be routinely updated Friday
through Sunday between Jun 1 and Oct 1. Please refer to
www.cnrfc.noaa.gov/dailyBriefing.php for a graphical summary of
weather and hydrologic conditions.