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Northwest, N. Calif., Braces For More Rain and Snow!!!

 
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It says there are too many karma pins right now and that I have to wait till one falls off the list.

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GFS West Coast "Pineapple Express" [link to www.youtube.com]

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Re: Northwest, N. Calif., Braces For More Rain and Snow!!!
Powerful “Pineapple Express” system will bring flooding to parts of the West Coast this week
Posted by Chris Kerr on November 27, 2012
A strong and broad low pressure system will remain nearly stationary off the U.S. Northwest coast this week, bringing repeated rounds of very heavy rain to western Oregon and Northern California. This set up is a “Pineapple Express” type of system in which copious amounts of tropical moisture from north of the Hawaiian Islands is transported across the North Pacific Ocean into the main storm system.


Water Vapor satellite showing the current position of the storm system that will affect the U.S. West Coast this week.

“Pineapple Express” storms have the ability to cause significant flooding and mud slides. Were this event to occur later into December or January there would be a major threat of flooding in mountainous areas due to snow melt. So far this fall in the Sierra Nevada’s snowfall has been fairly light, thus the risk of flooding due to snow melt is somewhat low.

WDT WeatherOps WRF model showing some locations could receive well over a foot of total rainfall!

Some heavy snowfall is expected in the mountains, however due to the tropical nature of the air mass snow levels will generally be above 8000-9000 feet. Some isolated severe storms are not out of the question across parts of northern California on Wednesday. Strong dynamics coupled with cold air aloft will allow for the formation of some mini-supercells. Strong winds up to 60 mph will be possible in both coastal and mountain areas as well. Keep checking our blog throughout this week for more updates on this significant storm!
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Some heavy snowfall is expected in the mountains, however due to the tropical nature of the air mass snow levels will generally be above 8000-9000 feet. Some isolated severe storms are not out of the question across parts of northern California on Wednesday. Strong dynamics coupled with cold air aloft will allow for the formation of some mini-supercells. Strong winds up to 60 mph will be possible in both coastal and mountain areas as well. Keep checking our blog throughout this week for more updates on this significant storm!
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11/27/2012 04:33 PM
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with all of that pacific rain coming in, it would be
interesting to see before and after radiation readings

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peace
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From: NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY - HANFORD CA
Headline: STORM TO REACH CENTRAL CALIFORNIA WEDNESDAY FOLLOWED BY ANOTHER STORM FRIDAY INTO THE WEEKEND
Description: THE FIRST STORM WILL PRODUCE AROUND 0NE HALF INCH OF RAIN UP TO ONE INCH LOCALLY FROM FRESNO COUNTY NORTHWARD INTO MERCED COUNTY AND FIVE HUNDREDTHS TO ONE HALF OF AN INCH OF RAIN FROM NORTH OF KERN COUNTY TO FRESNO COUNTY. THERE WILL BE LESS THAN ONE TENTH OF AN INCH IN MOST PARTS OF KERN COUNTY. SNOW LEVELS WILL BE AROUND 7500 FEET NEAR YOSEMITE...RISING TO AROUND 8000 FEET IN THE TULARE COUNTY MOUNTAINS SOUTH TO THE TEHACHAPI MOUNTAINS. SNOW ACCUMULATIONS ABOVE 8000 FEET IN THE NORTHERN SIERRA NEVADA WITH THIS FIRST STORM WILL RANGE FROM 3 TO 6 INCHES WITH LOCAL AMOUNTS AS HIGH AS 10 INCHES. WINDS WILL ALSO BE A CONCERN WITH THIS SYSTEM. STRONG SOUTHERLY FLOW AHEAD OF THE COLD FRONT EARLY WEDNESDAY WILL PRODUCE SOUTH WINDS 25 MPH WITH GUSTS TO 35 MPH NEAR MERCED AND SW WINDS 30 MPH WITH GUSTS TO 45 MPH ALONG THE WEST SIDE OF THE SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY BELOW THE COTTONWOOD AND PACHECO PASSES. WINDS MAY ALSO BE STRONG IN THE SOUTH VALLEY NEAR THE BASE OF THE GRAPEVINE. A SECOND STORM IS EXPECTED TO REACH THE NORTHERN PART OF THE REGION BEGINNING THURSDAY NIGHT. THIS STORM IS FORECAST TO LINGER MAINLY NORTH OF FRESNO COUNTY THROUGH THE WEEKEND...BRINGING PERIODS OF RAIN AND MOUNTAIN SNOW. RAINFALL WITH THIS SYSTEM WILL BE AROUND ONE QUARTER TO THREE QUARTERS OF AN INCH NORTH OF FRESNO COUNTY WITH THE HIGHER AMOUNTS NEAR MERCED. RAINFALL AMOUNTS WILL BE LESS THAN ONE TENTH OF AN INCH NORTH OF KERN COUNTY TO FRESNO COUNTY AND LITTLE OR NO PRECIP IS EXPECTED IN KERN COUNTY. SNOW LEVELS WILL RANGE FROM AROUND 7500 FEET NEAR YOSEMITE... TO AROUND 8000 FEET IN SEQUOIA NATIONAL PARK...AND AROUND 8500 FEET IN THE KERN COUNTY MOUNTAINS. SNOW ACCUMULATIONS ABOVE 8000 FEET WITH THE SECOND STORM WILL RANGE FROM AROUND 6 INCHES IN SEQUOIA NATIONAL FOREST TO AROUND 10 INCHES NEAR YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK.
Instructions: STAY TUNED TO YOUR FAVORITE NEWS SOURCE... OR VISIT OUR WEBSITE AT WEATHER.GOV/HANFORD...FOR UPDATES ON THIS DEVELOPING WEATHER SITUATION. PLEASE FEEL FREE TO VISIT OUR FACEBOOK PAGE AT US NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE HANFORD OR TWEET US @NWSHANFORD ON TWITTER.
Target Area: WEST CENTRAL SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY-EAST CENTRAL SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY-SOUTHWESTERN SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY-SOUTHEASTERN SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY-MARIPOSA MADERA AND FRESNO COUNTY FOOTHILLS-TULARE COUNTY FOOTHILLS-KERN COUNTY MOUNTAINS-SIERRA NEVADA FROM YOSEMITE TO KINGS CANYON-TULARE COUNTY MOUNTAINS-INDIAN WELLS VALLEY-SOUTHEASTERN KERN COUNTY DESERT-
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Pin + 5 Stars. Thx Luis!
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11/27/2012 04:48 PM
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I'm in Cali - San Francisco to be exact!

This scares the crap outta me... thinking of leaving town! =/ but while researching this a lil further i stumbled across this website... can i get one of you tech geniuses to uncode and see when this web page was created?

Thanks!

[link to www.2012hoax.org]
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I'm in Cali - San Francisco to be exact!

This scares the crap outta me... thinking of leaving town! =/ but while researching this a lil further i stumbled across this website... can i get one of you tech geniuses to uncode and see when this web page was created?

Thanks!

[link to www.2012hoax.org]
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Geeeezzzzzzzzzzz how they predict the arkstorm to this year???
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11/27/2012 04:57 PM
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Anything from this storm going to affect Concord, Ca. and if so, how?
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I'm 20 minutes out from concord it's gonna get wet.
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After quiet weather for most of the Thanksgiving holiday, a series of storms are brewing and expected to hit the Bay Area this week.

We can expect a storm each day starting Wednesday and lasting through Sunday with periods of heavy rain and gusty winds at times.

There is a concern of flooding in the North Bay and in the Santa Cruz mountains.

The San Anselmo creeks and rivers are among those at risk, so the city is handing out free sandbags and sand so residents can prepare for the wet weather. They remember the devastaing flood in 2005, and a smaller one in 2008. And so, the city wants to prevent downtown businesses from being submerged in water, like in years past.

Some residents, like Maynard Brusman, are taking it in stride. "Any place has problems," he told NBC Bay Area. "The rain is great. But you have to prepare for it."

Here's how it breaks down according to the NBC Bay Area weather department.

Tuesday will be a mostly cloudy day to start with areas of dense fog and drizzle. The clouds will increase in the afternoon as the first in a series of storms moves into the coast.

Storm No. 1 arrives early Wednesday morning. This will be heavy on the winds and moderate on the rain. This is a Bay Area wide system that will hit the entire region. It arrives before sunrise with the strongest wind and rain hitting between 7 a.m. and 11 a.m. Rain totals will be between .25 to 1.25 inch. The highest totals will be over the North Bay valleys. Rain will linger into the afternoon. Widespread Bay Area wind gusts of up to 50 mph could also bring down trees and create power outages.

Storm No. 2 will arrive Thursday and will last into Friday. It is a traditional north to south weather system with rain starting north of the Golden Gate and moving south. This system has more moisture content with as much as five inches of rain falling the North Bay. The current model projections have the flooding risk the highest on Friday. Local creeks, small rivers and streams will be at the greatest risk for quick rising water. Large Bay Area rivers could rise as much as 3 to 10 feet. There are no flood stages expected at this time. You can moniter conditions here.

Storm No. 3 is still developing, but has the potenital for even more moisture with periods of heavy rains on Saturday that could linger into Sunday. The first break in the weather will be next Monday.

The storms will also bring high surf along the coast. Probably not enough for the Mavericks surf contest to be called, but that is a possibility so stay tuned.

PG&E Tips to Prepare for Power Outages:
• Have battery-operated flashlights and radios with fresh batteries ready. Listen for updates on storm conditions and power outages.
• If you have a telephone system that requires electricity to work (such as a cordless phone or answering machine), plan for alternate communication - have a standard telephone handset, cellular telephone or pager ready as a back up.
• Freeze plastic containers filled with water to make blocks of ice that can be placed in your refrigerator/freezer during an outage to prevent foods from spoiling.
Safety Tips
• Treat all downed power lines as if they are "live" or energized. Keep yourself and others away from them. Call 911, then notify PG&E at 1-800-743-5002.
• Use battery-operated flashlights, not candles.
• Customers with generator should make sure they are properly installed by a licensed electrician. Improperly installed generators pose a significant danger to our crews.
• Unplug or turn off all electric appliances to avoid overloading circuits and fire hazards when power is restored. Simply leave a single lamp on to alert you when power returns. Turn your appliances back on one at a time when conditions return to normal. Report a Power Outage: 1-800-743-5002
• Before calling PG&E about a power outage, check to see if other neighbors are affected. This would confirm if an outage has occurred in just your residence or within the neighborhood area.
• If only your residence is without power, check circuit breakers and/or fuse boxes to see if the problem is limited to the home electric system.
• After performing the steps above, single or neighborhood outages can be reported to: PG&E's 24-Hour Emergency and Customer Service Line: 1-800-743-5002.
• Once your outage has been reported, you can call PG&E's Outage Information Line at 1-800-743-5002 to get a status report on your outage and the anticipated time your power will be turned back on.
[link to www.nbcbayarea.com]
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Re: Northwest, N. Calif., Braces For More Rain and Snow!!!
I'm in Cali - San Francisco to be exact!

This scares the crap outta me... thinking of leaving town! =/ but while researching this a lil further i stumbled across this website... can i get one of you tech geniuses to uncode and see when this web page was created?

Thanks!

[link to www.2012hoax.org]
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Geeeezzzzzzzzzzz how they predict the arkstorm to this year???
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What the hell? This is truly weird.

Still trying to pin...sigh

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I'm in Cali - San Francisco to be exact!

This scares the crap outta me... thinking of leaving town! =/ but while researching this a lil further i stumbled across this website... can i get one of you tech geniuses to uncode and see when this web page was created?

Thanks!

[link to www.2012hoax.org]
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Geeeezzzzzzzzzzz how they predict the arkstorm to this year???
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What the hell? This is truly weird.

Still trying to pin...sigh

grumpy2
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Mods don't like california!!! tomato
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Fresh Storm Targets Northern California This Week
UPDATED 2 PM PST, November 27, 2012
By WeatherBug Meteorologist, Chad Merrill

A significant change in the weather pattern will unfold beginning Wednesday across California. A strong storm system will deliver heavy rain, gusty winds and high Sierra snow. Flash flooding will become a problem in the mountains and wildfire-burned areas.
A low pressure swirling in the Gulf of Alaska will slide eastward towards the Northwest Coast tonight and early Wednesday. As it does, southerly winds will wrap around the storm, bringing plenty of moisture that stretches across the eastern Pacific inland. All this moisture will be squeezed out as heavy rain in the Golden State with snow for the Sierra.
The rain will increase in coverage Wednesday and continue through Sunday, dropping up to a foot along the foothills of the Coast Range and Sierra with 4 to 5 inches farther north along the Oregon and Washington coasts.
Snow levels will drop from 11,000 feet to 6,000 feet as the storm moves onshore Wednesday. Therefore, only the highest elevations will squeak out the most snow. Winter Weather Advisories are in place for the Sierra for Wednesday. Elevations above 6,000 feet will accumulate 4 to 8 inches with places like Mt. Lassen getting more than a foot.
Flood Watches stretch throughout the Sacramento Valley for Thursday to Sunday. Flooding will be exacerbated across burn areas across Northern California resulting from this summer`s wildfires as the lack of vegetation along the hillsides will increase the runoff of water and mud. Additional flooding is possible as a result of snowmelt in the Sierra Nevada.
In addition to the heavy rain, gusty winds will increase as the low strengthens offshore. Wind Advisories are in effect for the Sacramento and San Joaquin valleys as well as south-central Oregon for Wednesday.
The mountains will see the strongest winds, with gusts up to 60 mph expected. The Central Valley will see sustained 20 to 30 mph with gusts of 40 to 55 mph. These winds will make travel along Interstates 5 and 80, U.S Route 50 and Highway 99 difficult, particularly for those in high-profile vehicles, and could also lead to localized power outages.
Energy spokes delivering fresh Pacific moisture inland will rotate around the main low that will pivot to the British Columbia Coast. This will keep the rain, wind and mountain snow threat going into Sunday. The pattern won't break until the Central U.S. high pressure ridge breaks down and slides east. That doesn't look to happen until early next week.
[link to web.live.weatherbug.com]
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The rain and snow should begin falling Wednesday and continue through Sunday.

Wind gusts could reach about 40 mph in and around the Sacramento Valley.

A flood watch also has been issued for the Valley.

There is the potential for urban and small stream flooding, where KCRA 3 meteorologists say some areas could see 3 to 5 inches of rain over the five-day period.

In the Feather River Canyon, where KCRA 3's David Bienick is reporting from Tuesday, there could be as many as 20 inches of rainfall, chief meteorologist Mark Finan said.

The Sierra could see as much as 2 feet of snow, above 7,000 feet.

Read more: [link to www.kcra.com]
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I'm in Cali - San Francisco to be exact!

This scares the crap outta me... thinking of leaving town! =/ but while researching this a lil further i stumbled across this website... can i get one of you tech geniuses to uncode and see when this web page was created?

Thanks!

[link to www.2012hoax.org]
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 27700889


Geeeezzzzzzzzzzz how they predict the arkstorm to this year???
 Quoting: Luisport


What the hell? This is truly weird.

Still trying to pin...sigh

grumpy2
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It is definitely just a nig "coincidence"whew
I'm sure... Right? lol yessir
UGHHHH... i will be so mad @ myself if i don't follow my gut n get the hell outta here!
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Hey, Luisport--

Just wanted to say how much I appreciate your posts! Informative, to the point, and not exaggerated. Wish some other GLP'ers would follow your example!!

hf
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Hey, Luisport--

Just wanted to say how much I appreciate your posts! Informative, to the point, and not exaggerated. Wish some other GLP'ers would follow your example!!

hf
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Geee Thank you so so much!!!hfhfhf
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AccuWeather.com‏@breakingweather

Potent storm system lurking off the West Coast. Rainy weather coming: [link to www.accuweather.com]
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The reprieve from the stormy weather along the West Coast will come to an abrupt end tomorrow, leading to yet another stretch of rainy conditions.

It has been a rather wet and stormy month of November in many places from San Francisco to Seattle. Most locations are at or above their normal precipitation for the month and more rain is on the way.

High pressure in control of the weather over the past several days has led to a return of dry, sunnier weather, but a potent storm system lurks off the coast.

As this storms pushes eastward, residents from Los Angeles to Portland will need the umbrella on Wednesday. After a brief break on Wednesday night, a soaker of a day is in store for Thursday, especially along the coast.


The persistent flow of storms is expected to continue into the weekend with the heaviest precipitation focused in northern California.

With the flow off the Pacific and a lack of cold air to the north, snow levels will remain above pass level. While snowfall will be lacking in many places, the rainfall will not. Flooding can occur in places, especially the Sacramento Valley.

Locations in California can receive over 5 inches of rain through the weekend with local amounts up to 9 inches!

As with most strong western storms, wind will be an issue along the immediate coast. Wind gusts can peak over 50 mph by Wednesday night and Thursday.

Looking ahead, the weather pattern should turn a little less stormy by the beginning of next week although it can still shower at times.
[link to www.accuweather.com]
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Where I live it is showsing 9 to 11 inches.
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I'm going to sleep now! Please update this event, thank's to all!!! hf
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Let's hope FEMA has all those empty water bottles handy.

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