Blue Skies and even some sun this morning had me thinking this winter-in-June storm was over … then I checked the NOAA forecast discussion. Never-the-less, I intend to use the hours I have to dry out what I can.
“THE LOW WILL FINALLY BEGIN TO MOVE EAST TO THE MONTEREY/SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY COAST LATE THIS AFTERNOON AND EVENING. SHOWERS SHOULD INCREASE AS THE LOW MOVES CLOSER. ISOLATED THUNDERSTORMS REMAIN A POSSIBILITY THIS EVENING WITH THE GOOD SURFACE HEATING AND INCREASINGLY COLDER AIR ALOFT AS THE LOW MOVES CLOSER PROVIDING MORE INSTABILITY.”
And here is a shot of the Hidden Waterfall. It is seasonal, so it is amazing that it is flowing this strongly in June – but then, this June is having an identity crisis.