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Drought Buster? Major Storm Heading To Bay Area,Sierra & Central Coast

A Few Feet Of Snow For Central Sierra

November 24,2014-

PG&E forecaster John Lindsey says a major storm with 50 mph winds may be heading our way. If it arrives as advertised it could be the season’s first real drought buster with heavy Sierra snow too. “Although it is 6 days out it looks promising” with up to 4 inches along the Central Coast and 7 inches in parts of the Bay Area and Sacramento. Most of the state would get wet.

The timetable calls for hard rain to fall as soon as Saturday and on Sunday just as many Californians are heading home after Thanksgiving. The storm is expected continue Monday through Wednesday.

Here is what the National Weather Service Hanford posted today regards the storm that could jump start the ski season next week. Ranfall amounts in the Valley will not be as heavy as elsewhere in the state. NWS says confidence in their prediction is “high”

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Here is the European model Lindsey posted on his Twitter page this afternoon. Heaviest precipitation on the map below is on Monday.

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