Several strong storms are hurrying toward Central and Northern California, carrying truly necessary downpour to dry season stricken regions starting Thursday night, yet in addition bearing feelings of dread of flooding in fresh fire scars.
A huge box of low tension floating off the shore of the Pacific Northwest is driving rehashed rounds of precipitation in the northern piece of California and introducing the primary major storm of the period, National Weather Service forecasters said.
What’s known as an “atmospheric river” is siphoning nonstop dampness over the area, said Ryan Kittell, a meteorologist with the weather service’s Oxnard station.
On Thursday morning, scattered showers were accounted for across Central and Northern California, and more storms are moving in. A storm framework showing up in the evening and enduring into Friday is relied upon to be “significant,” said Emily Heller, with the weather service’s Sacramento station.