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Hydrometeorological Discussion
National Weather Service / California Nevada RFC / Sacramento CA
830 AM PDT Wed Jul 6 2022

...ISOLATED SHOWERS POSSIBLE ALONG THE NORTH COAST AND INTO THE SRN 
OR CASCADES TODAY...
...DRY AND WARMER THURSDAY INTO EARLY NEXT WEEK...

.METEOROLOGICAL CONDITIONS (WED AM - TUE AM)...

Upper level low off the Pac NW coast and trough extending along the 
west coast will bring the chance of a few showers along the northern 
Ca coast and into the west slope of the Srn OR Cascades today along 
with high temperatures generally below normal. The upper low weakens 
and shifts north Thursday for dry and warmer conditions into early 
next week. Although a weak shortwave may move through Northern CA 
late Friday into early Saturday but expected to be dry.  High 
pressure strengthens over the four corners region and expands 
westward into the region Sunday into early next week bringing warmer 
temperatures (near normal to around 10 degrees above normal Sunday 
into early next week).


Please Note: This product may NOT be routinely updated Friday
through Sunday between Apr 15 and Oct 15. Please refer to
www.cnrfc.noaa.gov/dailyBriefing.php for a graphical summary of
weather and hydrologic conditions.