Friday Top of the Scroll: Drenching rains to visit Northern California, Pacific Northwest
Parts of the Pacific Northwest are under a fire weather watch through Friday, when a combination of dry conditions, high temperatures and low humidity are creating a breeding ground for flames should any small fires ignite. But in just 48 hours’ time, those conditions will pull a meteorological U-turn as a show of drenching rain arrives in coastal Washington, Oregon and Northern California.
- Weather West: Some beneficial North Coast rain this weekend, though wind-related fire weather concerns elsewhere. Plus: thoughts about the rainy season to come…
- KRON 4: Rain returns to Bay Area; here’s the forecast
- LA Times: Snow in Death Valley, the hottest place on Earth? It’s not what it looks like
- New York Times: Climate Scientists Forecast High Temperatures Into the Fall