Friday Top of the Scroll: Will a former hurricane provide the ‘great wet hope’ for the West Coast?
Extended weather outlooks are providing some hope for fire-scorched Northern California. Weather models are starting to show greater agreement on the possibility of moisture making its way into Northern California by the second half of next week, the National Weather Service said.
- San Francisco Chronicle: Fire-stricken Bay Area desperately needs rain. We might get some soon
- Los Angeles Times: One reason for Northern California’s terrible fire season: Less rain than Southern California
- NBC Los Angeles: How La Niña could affect Southern California this winter
- KGET: NOAA projects persistent drought conditions stretching from California to Texas this fall
- Accuweather: AccuWeather’s 2020-2021 US winter forecast
- California Department of Water Resources: Blog: Water year 2020 demonstrates California’s weather variability