With all the Pacific Storms brewing and other State flooding, a few details to note:
A couple of rounds of rainfall starting this evening and finally clearing out during the day Thursday. Impacts are expected to be minimal, although saturated soils may create poor drainage in low areas and delay the fall of some rivers already running high.
A leading impulse responsible for today's clouds will increase rain chances through this evening and continue into Tuesday. While rainfall is not expected to be heavy, we could have a wet commute in the morning with water on some roadways.
A stronger wave of moisture, associated with the remnants of hurricane Willa now approaching the northwest coast of Mexico, will cross the region Wednesday into Thursday, bringing more rain and a chance of thunderstorms. Area-wide, we expect anywhere from 2-3 inches of rain between tonight and Thursday- most of it with the mid-week impulse. It is not out of the question for isolated totals in the 4 inch range south of I-10 depending on how the system evolves.
Please always be PREPARED, Stay SAFE.