Heavy rain possible over parts of Northern and Central California and snow possible for parts of the Sierras and Northern Rockies
A storm system will produce rain over the Pacific Northwest into Northern California late into Saturday. The rain will expand into parts of the Northern Rockies Saturday night into Sunday. As the system moves inland, snow-levels drop overnight Saturday and snow will develop over the Sierras. Snow will also develop over the highest elevations of the Norther Rockies Friday.
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7NM SE Santa Cruz CA
Marine Zone Forecast
LIGHT TO MODERATE SHOWERS WILL EVENTUALLY TAPER OFF THIS AFTERNOON ACROSS THE COASTAL WATERS AS A LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM EXITS THE AREA. WINDS WILL BE LIGHT OUT OF THE WEST TO NORTHWEST TODAY WITH WINDS SWITCHING BACK OUT OF THE SOUTH TONIGHT. LIGHT WINDS AND SEAS WILL PERSIST THROUGH MUCH OF THE PERIOD. THE NEXT IN A SERIES OF STORMS WILL ARRIVE FROM THE NORTHWEST ON SATURDAY MORNING. RAIN DEVELOPS SATURDAY NIGHT INTO SUNDAY WITH A RETURN OF GUSTY WEST TO SOUTHWEST WINDS BY SUNDAY AFTERNOON AHEAD OF ANOTHER COLD FRONT...ALONG WITH RAPIDLY BUILDING SEAS.