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ECCDA Discussions
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA
632 AM PST Sun Feb 26 2017

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...Discussion from SFOFWFMTR...

A storm system dropping south offshore may produce showers tonight,
mainly in coastal areas. Sunday will be mostly  dry before the next
system dropping in from the north brings a  chance of showers to the
entire district Sunday night into Monday. Snow levels will be low
through Monday, as low as 2500 feet. Dry  weather will return by
Tuesday, and continue through the end of  next week. In addition,
expect a warming trend during the second  half of the week.


...Discussion from SFOFWFSTO...


Next system brushes through NorCal later today and Monday bringing a
chance of showers, mainly for the mountains. Snow levels will be
relatively low. Dry weather with moderating temperatures is expected
 by mid-week.


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ECC010-270245-
St Helena ECC Dispatch-
DISCUSSION FOR Marin and Sonoma and Napa Counties
632 AM PST Sun Feb 26 2017

A storm system dropping south offshore may produce showers tonight,
mainly in coastal areas. Sunday will be mostly  dry before the next
system dropping in from the north brings a  chance of showers to the
entire district Sunday night into Monday. Snow levels will be low
through Monday, as low as 2500 feet. Dry  weather will return by
Tuesday, and continue through the end of  next week. In addition,
expect a warming trend during the second  half of the week.

$$

ECC014-270245-
Morgan Hill ECC Dispatch-
DISCUSSION FOR Alameda and Contra Costa and Santa Clara Counties
632 AM PST Sun Feb 26 2017

A storm system dropping south offshore may produce showers tonight,
mainly in coastal areas. Sunday will be mostly  dry before the next
system dropping in from the north brings a  chance of showers to the
entire district Sunday night into Monday. Snow levels will be low
through Monday, as low as 2500 feet. Dry  weather will return by
Tuesday, and continue through the end of  next week. In addition,
expect a warming trend during the second  half of the week.

$$

ECC013-270245-
Felton ECC Dispatch-
DISCUSSION FOR Santa Cruz and San Mateo Counties
632 AM PST Sun Feb 26 2017

A storm system dropping south offshore may produce showers tonight,
mainly in coastal areas. Sunday will be mostly  dry before the next
system dropping in from the north brings a  chance of showers to the
entire district Sunday night into Monday. Snow levels will be low
through Monday, as low as 2500 feet. Dry  weather will return by
Tuesday, and continue through the end of  next week. In addition,
expect a warming trend during the second  half of the week.

$$

ECC018-270245-
Monterey ECC Dispatch-
DISCUSSION FOR Monterey and San Benito County
632 AM PST Sun Feb 26 2017

A storm system dropping south offshore may produce showers tonight,
mainly in coastal areas. Sunday will be mostly  dry before the next
system dropping in from the north brings a  chance of showers to the
entire district Sunday night into Monday. Snow levels will be low
through Monday, as low as 2500 feet. Dry  weather will return by
Tuesday, and continue through the end of  next week. In addition,
expect a warming trend during the second  half of the week.

$$




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