Dig out that umbrella, and even the tire chains. It’s mid-May, but a series of rare, winter-like storms will soak the Bay Area and much of California through next week and bring up to 2 feet of new snow to the Sierra Nevada.
- KRON TV: Bay Area will likely double average monthly rainfall in 48 hours
- California Weather Blog: Highly unusual sequence of winter-like storms headed for California (in late May!)
- New York Times: Atmospheric Rivers Are Back. That’s Not a Bad Thing
- San Diego Union-Tribune: California had a wet winter. But a satellite photo shows the state is drying out fast