Inclement Weather in the West This Weekend

A couple of systems will impact portions of the West and especially California with a variety of hazards this weekend. Periods of moderate to heavy rain, thunderstorms, gusty winds, localized flood concerns and heavy mountain snow are expected. The trouble spot today will be across southern Oregon and northern California into the Sierra, where travel impacts are likely.

Last Update: 231 AM PDT Sat Apr 4 2020

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Marine Zone Forecast

Synopsis: Low pres roughly 275 NM west of Cape Blanco will approach the southern Oregon coast today, stalling near the coast tonight, then will drift inland and weaken over southwest Oregon later tonight and Sun. Meanwhile, a stronger low pres system over the Gulf of Alaska will pass well offshore tonight and Sun, winding up off the California coast Sun night and Mon. High pres will strengthen over the Pac NW waters early next week.

In The Main Channel
- general seas...2 to 3 ft today through sun. - first ebb...around 230 am sat, with seas near 4 ft. - second ebb...around 245 pm sat, with seas near 5 ft. - third ebb...around 330 am sun, with seas near 4 ft.

- GENERAL SEAS...2 to 3 ft today through Sun. - FIRST EBB...Around 230 AM Sat, with seas near 4 ft. - SECOND EBB...Around 245 PM Sat, with seas near 5 ft. - THIRD EBB...Around 330 AM Sun, with seas near 4 ft.
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Last Update: 231 AM PDT Sat Apr 4 2020
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