“Read ’em and weep”, as a Los Angeles Times sports scoreboard page used to say:
No joy ahead in “Dustville”, as a once mighty trough has struck out. An long-foretold, incoming trough for April 8th appears now to not have enough amplitude (i.e., the core of the jet stream won’t get to us, but will stay a little to the north of us). Only wind and a temperature drop is likely.
Should see some nice Cirrus from time to time though….maybe small Cu after the cold front passes. Oh, me, living in a desert can be hard.
But, “hey”, the northern Cal drought is getting squashed quite a bit by major spring storms, with some monsters still ahead. I guess we be happy for them as they recover from extreme drought. Snowpack around Reno/Lake Tahoe, to give you an example, has made its biggest recovery in some 41 years as of April 1st after the near record low on March 1st. Reno is near northern California. And, a whole lot of precip is in the pipeline. Might even make the news….