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ECCDA Discussions
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA
512 AM PST Sun Nov 19 2017

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...Discussion from SFOFWFMTR...

Dry weather will continue across the entire  district through today.
A weather system will bring a chance of  rain to primarily the North
Bay late tonight and Monday. A ridge  of high pressure over central
and southern California will then  maintain dry and mild weather for
most of the district from  Tuesday through Thursday. The ridge will
begin to move east late in the week, and rain chances will begin to
increase from the north.


...Discussion from SFOFWFSTO...


Dry today then next system brings some light precipitation, mainly
north of I-80, tonight into Monday. Additional weak systems move
through the remainder of the week with a chance of light
precipitation at times over the Coast Range, northern mountains  and
northern Sacramento Valley.


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ECC010-200115-
St Helena ECC Dispatch-
DISCUSSION FOR Marin and Sonoma and Napa Counties
512 AM PST Sun Nov 19 2017

Dry weather will continue across the entire  district through today.
A weather system will bring a chance of  rain to primarily the North
Bay late tonight and Monday. A ridge  of high pressure over central
and southern California will then  maintain dry and mild weather for
most of the district from  Tuesday through Thursday. The ridge will
begin to move east late in the week, and rain chances will begin to
increase from the north.

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ECC014-200115-
Morgan Hill ECC Dispatch-
DISCUSSION FOR Alameda and Contra Costa and Santa Clara Counties
512 AM PST Sun Nov 19 2017

Dry weather will continue across the entire  district through today.
A weather system will bring a chance of  rain to primarily the North
Bay late tonight and Monday. A ridge  of high pressure over central
and southern California will then  maintain dry and mild weather for
most of the district from  Tuesday through Thursday. The ridge will
begin to move east late in the week, and rain chances will begin to
increase from the north.

$$

ECC013-200115-
Felton ECC Dispatch-
DISCUSSION FOR Santa Cruz and San Mateo Counties
512 AM PST Sun Nov 19 2017

Dry weather will continue across the entire  district through today.
A weather system will bring a chance of  rain to primarily the North
Bay late tonight and Monday. A ridge  of high pressure over central
and southern California will then  maintain dry and mild weather for
most of the district from  Tuesday through Thursday. The ridge will
begin to move east late in the week, and rain chances will begin to
increase from the north.

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ECC018-200115-
Monterey ECC Dispatch-
DISCUSSION FOR Monterey and San Benito County
512 AM PST Sun Nov 19 2017

Dry weather will continue across the entire  district through today.
A weather system will bring a chance of  rain to primarily the North
Bay late tonight and Monday. A ridge  of high pressure over central
and southern California will then  maintain dry and mild weather for
most of the district from  Tuesday through Thursday. The ridge will
begin to move east late in the week, and rain chances will begin to
increase from the north.

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