Over the past several weeks, Northern California has been on a weather roller coaster, with a series of weak late-season storms interrupting the periods of hot, dry weather that are more typical of June. Case in point: After last week’s mini heat wave sent inland temperatures soaring into the 100s, a storm system from the Pacific Northwest delivered a potent dose of cold and thunderstorms to the mountains and farthest reaches of the Golden State, especially along the coast.
- AccuWeather: Pattern flip to snap the West back into spring
- LAist: La Niña may return for a third year in a row. That’s not great news for the drought
- Channel 4 – Tucson: Monsoon 2022 is officially here