Below are rain totals for just the past FIVE days in Cal! Nice. This episode is taking a chomp out of Cal drought, at least in the northern half of the State.
Honeydew up there in that table, with 10.07 inches is in the lee of the King Range, that place where I told you to go to storm chase. The KR is to the SW of Honeydew. While Honeydew is wet, likely a coupla inches or more on the SW facing slopes of the KR.
Below, what it looks like right near the King Range:
Let’s see what Cal waves are doing….going big!
More Cal drenchers and big waves on the way in rapid succession, and grand total just for the last half of January are very likely to be within, or even exceed, 25-30 inches at one of the wettest points.
The weather WAY ahead.
Looks more and more like something significant in precip here near the end of January, as a colossus storm smashes Cal and the coast, then rolls radidly SEward into AZ. Another snow episode toward the tail end of that storm here in the Heights seems a strong possibility, too. We’ll be shivering, no matter what, during it and after it passes.
(Missed some real doozie sunsets of late, too. Dang.)