3:30 pm – wow, that sounded like distant thunder! Rain is here. Definitely picking up.
2:45 pm – and here is the current Nexrad. Looks like it is here:
2:30 pm – still no “real” rain, but steady drizzle all day. Big Sur Valley is reporting the same, although says it has kicked up a notch, and might now be called “real” rain, but still not particularly heavy.
10:45 am – sprinkles began here. Looking forward to the rain!
10:30 am – here is the latest Nexrad:
9:45 am, South Coast Mountain time.
NOAA had this to say: “DISCUSSION…AS OF 8:45 AM PST SUNDAY…A COLD FRONT IS CURRENTLY TRACKING ACROSS THE DISTRICT WITH RAIN NOW AS FAR SOUTH AS SANTA CRUZ COUNTY. QPF ESTIMATES GIVE HIGHEST AMOUNTS…UP TO 2 INCHES…TO ALL THE COASTAL RANGES…AND UP TO AN INCH ELSEWHERE.”
As of 9:30 am, sprinkles have entered Big Sur Village, but not yet here. I’ll be tracking this during the day, but this evening, I have some photos to upload, if the internet cooperates.