7 am – from NOAA – Particularly applicable to the South Coast of Big Sur’s higher elevations.

“More interesting is the influx of monsoonal moisture into the
southern third of our district from the desert southwest, as can
be seen on satellite water vapor imagery. Local radars are
showing fast-moving widely-scattered showers moving from east to
west across northern San Luis Obispo county, and one cell with a
50 dBZ core now quickly moving across extreme southern Monterey
county. No nearby lightning detected as of now, but increased
chances of this are expected later today as the moisture continues
to filter northward into more of our CWA. The possibility for
high-based thunderstorm activity will persist into Friday.”

~ by bigsurkate on July 19, 2018.

2 Responses to “Thunderstorms”

  1. Thanks for the heads up Kate!

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Yes, today and tomorrow we must be vigilant.

    Liked by 1 person

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