Upcoming Storm Systems as of March 16, 2017

From John Lindsey, SLO meterologist:

“A low pressure system will approach the coast and will deliver strong to gale-force (25 to 38 mph) southerly winds and rain Monday night into Tuesday. Showers will persist into Wednesday. Snow levels will gradually lower to 6,000 feet by Tuesday.

A wet and mild atmospheric river type weather system will move across the Central Coast Friday through Saturday for heavy rain and gusty southerly winds.”

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From the ever anonymous Paul H.:

Hello All, just real quick follow up that rains begin Monday afternoon and continue through extended. Next weekend (march 25-26) there is a possibility of a moderate to strong atmospheric river. This progressive pattern developing should bring substantial rain accumulations that look highly possible by middle of week after next, thus slide/bridge/road repairs are going to have delayed time line set backs!! If wondering the teleconnections supporting this wet pattern are negative arctic oscillation, negative north atlantic oscillation, positive enso ( el nino southern oscillation), MJO phase 5 propagating east to phase 6 (this supports southern extension of Pacific jetstream off Eurasia), and positive Pacific North America Pattern. Bottomline our mother earth is alligning for moist air masses to bombard the lower latitudinal southern extent of the Northern Hemispheric jet stream.
Cheers, paul h

Time to make sure all your restocking is done. I will be doing the same.

~ by bigsurkate on March 16, 2017.

2 Responses to “Upcoming Storm Systems as of March 16, 2017”

  1. Hi Kate,
    Just wanted to send the community a link to our SJMN story re: Deetjen’s effort to seek support for rebuilding:
    http://bayareane.ws/2nedZ92
    Thank you!
    Regards,
    Lisa M. Krieger

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  2. Kate,

    MCH: “Toro Trails Master Planning Effort to Resume after Hiatus”

    http://www.montereyherald.com/lifestyle/20170318/toro-trails-master-planning-effort-to-resume-after-hiatus

    Total mess trying to keep this land in operating condition…

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