Weekend Weather: Bumbershoots and Galoshes

By Jeff Ranieri
|  Friday, Nov 19, 2010  |  Updated 6:15 AM PDT
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Weekend Weather: Bumbershoots and Galoshes

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Adios to our record warmth Sunday & Monday. Our abrupt changes started Thursday with conditions dropping into the 60's Inland.  Right now we are tracking a low pressure system moving from the Pacific Northwest which has plenty of cold and unstable air.  This will bring widely scattered rain for the weekend, possible t-storms, & low snow (3,000 feet).

 
Will this be our wettest storm so far this season? No
 
Will this be the coldest storm in recent memory? Yes
 
TIMELINE:
FRIDAY: Clouds Increase. Stays cold 50's Inland. Afternoon chances of scattered rain.
 
SATURDAY:Scattered Rain, Cold & 50's Inland, Isolated T-storms Possible, Heavy Sierra Snow & Wind.
 
SUNDAY:Scattered AM  Rain, Cold & 50's Inland, Isolated T-Storms Possible, Heavy Sierra Snow Continues.
 
MONDAY: Chance of showers with gradual clearing and drying.
 
*This recent pattern from hot to cold in a matter of days is another example of weather extremes in a La Nina cycle.  Also, Thanksgiving looks dry with low 60's Inland over the Bay Area.
 
-- Chief Meteorologist, Jeff Ranieri

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