Tuesday Nov 8: Isolated showers are possible through this evening (snow levels 1800-2500'), then dry Wednesday through Friday. Subfreezing lows of 26-30° are expected over the next few nights which means roads and sidewalks may be icy at times.
Odds favor a drier than wetter pattern over the next 7-10 days with just a weak storm or two passing through (possibly on Saturday). Below normal temperatures are also expected over the next 10-14 days.
Since the start of the water year on October 1, we've recorded 5.60” of rain. Although this represents 106% of normal rainfall (as of this morning), we'll quickly slip behind by about 0.20” per day. Our wettest months are November (6.92”), December (7.37”), and January (6.73”), followed by February (5.17”) and March (5.21”). Drought numbers haven't changed over the past two weeks, but I expect Thursday's update to have a little improvement.
Just a friendly reminder to remember your pets – if it's too cold for you, it's too cold for them.