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avatar Hazardous weather outlook
June 01, 2011 09:51PM
Hazardous weather outlook
National weather service san joaquin valley - hanford ca
854 pm pdt wed jun 1 2011

West central san joaquin valley-east central san joaquin valley-
Southwestern san joaquin valley-southeastern san joaquin valley-
Mariposa madera and fresno county foothills-
Tulare county foothills-kern county mountains-
Sierra nevada from yosemite to kings canyon-
Tulare county mountains-indian wells valley-
Southeastern kern county desert-
854 pm pdt wed jun 1 2011

...Late season storm...

This hazardous weather outlook is for all of interior central

.Day one...Tonight

No hazardous weather is expected.

.Days two through seven...Thursday through tuesday

A large low pressure system will move south along the california
Coast early this weekend...Then shift inland sunday. Although
There is still some uncertainty with this system...There is a
Chance of rain and higher elevation snow as well as windy conditions
For much of the area. The heavier and more widespread precipitation
Is expected north of kings canyon and the central san joaquin

.Spotter information statement...

Skywarn spotter activation is not anticipated.

Weather spotters are encouraged to report any significant or
Unusual conditions to the national weather service.


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June 03, 2011 05:40PM
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June 03, 2011 11:36PM

Re: Hazardous weather outlook
June 04, 2011 07:29AM
Re: Hazardous weather outlook
June 04, 2011 07:45AM
Considering what the radar is showing this morning this could turn out to be a wet, miserable kind of day.
Re: Hazardous weather outlook
June 04, 2011 10:47AM
Here in the Santa Clara Valley it is pouring down hard at the moment. Santa Cruz Mountain gauges like at Boulder Creek will be over 3 inches soon and Mining Peak in the Santa Lucia's is well over 5 inches. Radar shows it just moving into the central Sierra now though won't be as strong as along the coast due to the track of the low. Much of the region lost its green in early May. Will be interesting in the coming weeks if it causes any late season greening of our hills. Creeks will all come back from their mud and tree frogs may get happy.

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