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WeatherStory21

Projected Storm Totals for Mariposa, Oakhust and Yosemite Valley Less Than 0.10"

February 21, 2020 - The National Weather Service Hanford Office reports a weather system is forecast to brush the south end of the region and bring generally light rain and mountain snow to portions of the Central California Interior Friday night and Saturday.

Snow will fall above 6000 feet. Here are the latest projected rain and snowfall amounts.
  Area Forecast Discussion 
  National Weather Service Hanford CA 
  256 AM PST Fri Feb 21 2020 
   
  .SYNOPSIS...Dry weather and well above normal high temperatures 
  can be expected over the district today.  A storm system will  
  bring showers to much of the district Friday evening through 
  Saturday. Dry weather is expected Sunday through the end of 
  next week along with a day to day warming trend. A return to 
  unseasonably warm afternoon temperatures is likely by the 
  middle of next week. 
   
  && 
   
  .DISCUSSION...Our abnormally long dry spell is finally going to 
  be broken over a good portion of the central California interior 
  early this weekend. Unfortunately the precipitation that falls  
  between Friday evening and Saturday evening will not put much of 
  a dent in the existing large rain deficit so far this water year.  
  It will also be the only break we get from dry weather through  
  the end of February.  
   
  The storm that will bring showers into the central California 
  interior is still well offshore and currently centered roughly  
  1,000 miles west of the central California coast. (33N 132W) 
  Although high clouds associated with this storm will be present 
  today, there will be enough sunshine to warm temperatures to  
  well above normal again this afternoon. In many locations, today 
  will be about as warm as yesterday.  
   
  Meanwhile, the storm over the Eastern Pacific will continue to  
  drift southward. Once this closed low gets to the latitude of 
  the Channel islands, it will make a left turn toward the coast  
  tonight then trek inland across southern California Saturday  
  where the heaviest precipitation is likely to occur along with  
  a chance of thunderstorms. Otherwise, this closed low will bring 
  showers to the district tonight and Saturday. Showers will be most 
  numerous over the mountains and desert.  
   
  By the time this low exits into northwestern Arizona Saturday  
  evening, there will be little more than a few residual showers  
  over the mountains and desert. Precipitation totals from this  
  system will be highest in the mountains of Tulare county and  
  Kern county where an east to southeast flow could bring orographic  
  enhancement Saturday. Elevations above 6,000 feet could pick up a  
  few to several inches of snow by the time showers decrease early 
  Saturday evening. Otherwise we`re not expecting any significant 
  hydrological impacts from this storm system over the central  
  California interior. Rain totals will range from at most a few 
  hundredths of an inch in Merced county and Mariposa county to as 
  much as a third of an inch south of Fresno county. Portions of 
  the valley mainly north of Fresno county may not see any rain... 
  at least not enough to settle the dust. Otherwise, Saturday will 
  be considerably cooler than today with temperatures much closer  
  to normal for a change.  
   
  Upper level ridging will move in behind this storm system Sunday 
  for a return of dry weather. This high pressure ridge will slowly 
  build in over the Golden State next week and bring mostly clear 
  skies along with a day to day warming trend. During the mid to  
  later part of next week, thermometer readings could top the 80  
  degree mark in the warmest locations of the San Joaquin Valley,  
  lower foothills and the Kern county desert. However, minimum  
  temperatures during this period will be seasonably chilly.   
Source: NWS