Hydrometeorological Discussion
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HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL DISCUSSION
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE / CALIFORNIA NEVADA RFC / SACRAMENTO CA
930 AM PST SUN FEB 7 2016

...PRIMARILY DRY...
...LIGHT PRECIP NORTH COAST AND UPPER KLAMATH ON FRIDAY...

.24 HOUR PRECIPITATION TOTALS (ENDING FEB 7 AT 400 AM PST)...

DRY CONDITIONS WITH BUILDING HIGH PRESSURE ACROSS THE AREA.


.METEOROLOGICAL CONDITIONS (SUN AM - SAT AM)...

STRONG HIGH PRESSURE WILL BE THE DOMINATING FEATURE ALONG THE WEST
COAST THIS WEEK. EXPECT THE UPR RIDGE AXIS TO SLIDE OVER THE
INTERIOR BY THE END OF THE PERIOD WITH A S/WV TROF MOVING TOWARD THE
PACNW. THE SOUTHERN EXTENT OF THIS SYSTEM WILL AFFECT THE NORTH
COAST AND UPPER KLAMATH RIVER BASIN ON DAY 6...BUT AMOUNTS AT THIS
TIME LOOK TO BE LIGHT.

BEYOND THE FORECAST PERIOD...UPR RIDGE LOOKS TO RE-ESTABLISH ITSELF
ALONG THE WEST COAST. MODELS ARE NOT TOO EAGER TO BRING ANY
SIGNIFICANT PRECIP TO THE REGION THROUGH AT LEAST MID-FEBRUARY.


.HYDROLOGICAL CONDITIONS...

FLAT OR RECEDING RIVERS WITH DRY CONDITIONS EXPECTED ACROSS THE
REGION FOR THE UPCOMING WEEK.


MORE INFORMATION ON THE CNRFC WEBSITE AT HTTP://WWW.CNRFC.NOAA.GOV

DRK/AM

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