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ECCDA Discussions
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA
259 PM PDT Thu Oct 19 2017

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...Discussion from SFOFWFMTR...

Incoming cold front is on track with rain forecast to reach the
North Bay this evening, tracking over the Bay Area overnight and
exiting the Monterey Bay area by morning. The coastal hills of
Sonoma will see the most rain with the Sonoma  fires expected to
receive wetting rains, with lesser amounts over  the Atlas Fire in
Napa county. The interior valleys of the Bay  Area will see trace
amounts of rainfall while the Bear fire in  Santa Cruz is expected
to see a wetting rain overnight as well.  Breezy northwest winds and
cooler on Friday behind the front.  Significant warming and drying
trend starts Saturday and lasts  through early next week as strong
high pressure rebuilds.


...Discussion from SFOFWFSTO...




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ECC010-201445-
St Helena ECC Dispatch-
DISCUSSION FOR Marin and Sonoma and Napa Counties
259 PM PDT Thu Oct 19 2017

Incoming cold front is on track with rain forecast to reach the
North Bay this evening, tracking over the Bay Area overnight and
exiting the Monterey Bay area by morning. The coastal hills of
Sonoma will see the most rain with the Sonoma  fires expected to
receive wetting rains, with lesser amounts over  the Atlas Fire in
Napa county. The interior valleys of the Bay  Area will see trace
amounts of rainfall while the Bear fire in  Santa Cruz is expected
to see a wetting rain overnight as well.  Breezy northwest winds and
cooler on Friday behind the front.  Significant warming and drying
trend starts Saturday and lasts  through early next week as strong
high pressure rebuilds.

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ECC014-201445-
Morgan Hill ECC Dispatch-
DISCUSSION FOR Alameda and Contra Costa and Santa Clara Counties
259 PM PDT Thu Oct 19 2017

Incoming cold front is on track with rain forecast to reach the
North Bay this evening, tracking over the Bay Area overnight and
exiting the Monterey Bay area by morning. The coastal hills of
Sonoma will see the most rain with the Sonoma  fires expected to
receive wetting rains, with lesser amounts over  the Atlas Fire in
Napa county. The interior valleys of the Bay  Area will see trace
amounts of rainfall while the Bear fire in  Santa Cruz is expected
to see a wetting rain overnight as well.  Breezy northwest winds and
cooler on Friday behind the front.  Significant warming and drying
trend starts Saturday and lasts  through early next week as strong
high pressure rebuilds.

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ECC013-201445-
Felton ECC Dispatch-
DISCUSSION FOR Santa Cruz and San Mateo Counties
259 PM PDT Thu Oct 19 2017

Incoming cold front is on track with rain forecast to reach the
North Bay this evening, tracking over the Bay Area overnight and
exiting the Monterey Bay area by morning. The coastal hills of
Sonoma will see the most rain with the Sonoma  fires expected to
receive wetting rains, with lesser amounts over  the Atlas Fire in
Napa county. The interior valleys of the Bay  Area will see trace
amounts of rainfall while the Bear fire in  Santa Cruz is expected
to see a wetting rain overnight as well.  Breezy northwest winds and
cooler on Friday behind the front.  Significant warming and drying
trend starts Saturday and lasts  through early next week as strong
high pressure rebuilds.

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ECC018-201445-
Monterey ECC Dispatch-
DISCUSSION FOR Monterey and San Benito County
259 PM PDT Thu Oct 19 2017

Incoming cold front is on track with rain forecast to reach the
North Bay this evening, tracking over the Bay Area overnight and
exiting the Monterey Bay area by morning. The coastal hills of
Sonoma will see the most rain with the Sonoma  fires expected to
receive wetting rains, with lesser amounts over  the Atlas Fire in
Napa county. The interior valleys of the Bay  Area will see trace
amounts of rainfall while the Bear fire in  Santa Cruz is expected
to see a wetting rain overnight as well.  Breezy northwest winds and
cooler on Friday behind the front.  Significant warming and drying
trend starts Saturday and lasts  through early next week as strong
high pressure rebuilds.

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