Martin Storm Pattern Remains Intact, Another System Arrives By This Next Week


Hope you all had a great Thanksgiving, whether you had Turkey, Ham, Prime Rib, Denny’s, or even McDonalds.  On the heels of the last system, another system is slated to arrive into the metros by later Wednesday into Thursday of this next week, which looks a bit better than the last one.  This would be followed by additional systems through December so read on for details …

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Like the last system, this system will be giving us a tail-end charlie frontal zone that will zip on through while Central/Northern California gets the brunt of the flooding rains, severe thunderstorms, and damaging winds.  Still.. it is the beginning of our season down here and like turning the key to a car’s ignition.. we are just getting started on our engine to turn fully on.

Some details with the later Wednesday into Thursday system that I can give will be it’ll bring more rain than the last one I believe.  I also see a stronger surface low offshore Northern California to bring gusty winds with it. For our area it’ll mainly be San Luis Obispo, Vandenberg Air Force Base, Orange and San Diego County.  Could be a squall-line in these areas so alerts will go out when warranted.  For other areas, look at the map provided within the article image.

As for December.. my preliminary forecast outline shows it’ll be stormy still so we are just getting deeper into the El Nino Season and it looks good for rainfall so far.  That forecast will be out beginning December when it looks like another system might be looming.


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