After a snowy few days in Northern and Southern California, there’s more to come this week
After a particularly wet week, Californians shouldn’t hang up their snow shovels and raincoats just yet. Those in Southern California should expect 1 to 8 inches of snow to fall in the mountainous areas of Ventura and Los Angeles counties between late Tuesday and Wednesday night, said Kathy Hoxsie, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Oxnard. Elsewhere in Los Angeles County, one-quarter to one-half of an inch of rain is forecast to fall, with 3/4 inches expected in the foothills, Hoxsie said.
- California Waterblog: February 1: Is California Still Heading for a Multi-Year Drought?
- The Mercury News: How the atmospheric river storm affected California’s water supply
- Mendocino Voice: Scientists tie climate change to increasing storm severity in Northern California
- NBC Bay Area: How is Climate Change Already Impacting the Bay Area?
- SF Chronicle: Light rains to return, linger in the Bay Area