9 pm – I don’t know about that storm that is supposed to come in tonight — the stars are out tonight, at least some of them!
6 pm – a mixed bag today, even got a little sunshine, but not for long. All clouded up for the next one, but no additional rain today. Have a good evening, everyone.
7 am-Wow! Rain total from last night? A whopping 3.5 inches! Whew! How did you fare? Season total 44.85 inches, and Big Sur Valley got 2.2 inches. And Mining Ridge got almost 5 inches! It is still raining here, but sounds as if it is stopping, or slowing, in any event.
From this morning’s NOAA discussion: “A BREAK IN PRECIPITATION IS EXPECTED THIS MORNING BEFORE THE NEXT FRONTAL BAND MOVES IN SOMETIME THIS AFTERNOON …SPREADING SHOWERS FROM NORTH TO SOUTH. THIS NEXT WAVE IS CLOSER ASSOCIATED WITH THE UPPER LOW CENTER …THUS THUNDERSTORMS WILL BE POSSIBLE MAINLY TONIGHT AND SATURDAY MORNING AS THE UPPER LOW MOVES ACROSS. QPF WITH THIS NEXT WAVE IS NOT EXPECTED TO BE AS HIGH AS WHAT WAS RECEIVED TODAY WITH AMOUNTS EXPECTED TO REMAIN UNDER AN INCH.”
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2 ” on Pfeiffer Ridge. Up to 26+ total so far this season