Parts of dry season stricken California might get some rain one week from now, forecasters said Friday.
A weak weather system going through Monday and early Tuesday will carry chances of rain toward the northern finish of the Central Valley and over the mountains, the Sacramento National Weather Service office said.
After an arrival of high pressure, one more framework is relied upon to move in on Thursday, carrying a superior possibility of precipitation to that area, the office said.
In Southern California, there could be drizzle or showers from the main framework and a superior possibility of rain toward the week’s end, the San Diego climate office said.
The San Francisco weather office said chances of Bay Area rain from Monday’s framework are low and the subsequent framework’s signs are blended, without any indication of any substantial rain.
This week’s update from the U.S. Drought Monitor shows California firmly in the grip of drought. Most of the state is characterized as being in extreme drought, but the amount of area in the worst category — exceptional drought — has decreased over the past three months.