Storm System Hitting Central, South Coasts Sunday; No Issues Expected In Burn Areas
A storm system hitting the Central and South Coasts Sunday is expected to bring up to a third of inch of rain in coastal and inland areas, and three quarter of an inch in mountains, but no major debris flow issues are predicted for brush fire burn zones.
The snow level will drop to 2000 feet in the region, so there could be some snow in areas which usually don't see it.
The storm will clear the area Monday.
There is a much larger storm in the forecast for the Central and South Coasts Wednesday or Thursday. It could potentially bring one to four inches of rain.
But, meteorologists say that there are difference in the computer models, and so the timing and the intensity of the storm are still question marks.