The latest computer models (GFS) show a series of storms coming into the state overcoming ‘The Blob’ of high pressure – first northern California and then central California in March after a pitifully dry February and a wet January. Forecaster John Lindsey predicts the Central Coast could get a quarter to half an inch March 3 – with NWS Hanford also predicting the Central Valley will get wet too. That event is followed by stronger storms March 6 and 7 and March 11 and 12 according to less reliable long term forecasts. Northern California will get two weak rain events this Saturday and next Monday. Pray for March Miracle.
Map: We could get a good dose March 6/7 says this NOAA model forecast about 10 days away.