9 pm – and yet another one:
Incident: 00348 Type: Roadway Flooding Location: 47200 Sr1 Loc Desc: FERNWOOD RIVER AREA Lat/Lon: 36.303039 -121.880112
Incident: 00168 Type: Roadway Flooding Location: Sr1 / Andrew Molera State Park Loc Desc: Lat/Lon: 36.288901 -121.846554
12:31 PM 1  1039 CALTRANS
Noon – Three Peaks and Chalk Peak up to almost 2″
11:15 – Elkhorn Slough Rd. Expected to be closed for a month due to sink hole.
11 am – Paul’s slide puked again:
Incident: 00125 Type: Road/Weather Conditions Location: X Loc Desc: Lat/Lon: 0:0
10:56 AM 1  SLIDE JSO LUCIA BACK AGAIN / CT 1097 / WORKING TO CLR THE RD
9:30 – So, I have posted the 20″ in 2 days model of the NAM, the 40″ in 10 days NCEP and now here is the third model, GFS. They all seem to be in agreement that we are due to be hammered. This was originally an animated GIF, but I can’t post those here, and haven’t figured out how to post to FB so here are a couple of screen shots. BTW, at 9 am, over an inch at Big Sur Station, Chalk Peak, and Three Peaks. Black Cone was at 1 and 1/2″
5:30 am – Big Sur starts out the day with:
“As of 5 am about 0.50 inches of rain in Big Sur, 0.12 in downtown San Francisco and 0.25 around Santa Rosa. #CAStorm” per NWS. Per automatic gauges, Mining Ridge has .47″, Three Peaks has .51″ and Chalk Peak is missing its data. The heaviest rain is expected tonight into Sunday morning.
High Wind Advisories in effect through tomorrow. Howling pretty good up here.