(EXTRACTED FROM FXUS66 KMTR 210000)
As of 4:30 PM PDT Tuesday...Occasional rain has been
falling in the SFO Bay Area while steadier rains have fallen in
the MRY Bay Area. Radar indicates a break in the action this
evening as the rain band pushes south of the district. Moist
unstable air will allow showers to redevelop on Wednesday once
there is some daytime heating. Thunderstorms are not out of the
question for Wednesday afternoon but more likely they will be east
of the district.
East to southeast winds is forecast to continue through Thursday.
Surface winds have been 10 kt or less except for gusty winds to
30 kt in the Salinas Valley and 25 kt in the Santa Clara Valley
will affect SJC and SNS. Winds up to 35 kt above 925 mb could
produce LLWS tonight. Cigs will continue to be tricky to forecast.
Currently cigs are MVFR in the SFO Bay Area and there is low
confidence on whether it will stay MVFR tonight or rise back up.
Vicinity of KSFO...MVFR conditions expected through Wednesday but
confidence is low...cigs could lift above 3000 feet during the
night. Showers should decrease after dark but pick up again
during the day Wednesday. East to southeast winds to 10 kt.
SFO Bridge Approach...Similar to KSFO.
Monterey Bay Terminals...VFR for cigs remaining above 5000 ft.
Rain will decrease after 04Z as rain band shifts south. Showers
should develop Wednesday due to daytime heating. Locally strong
gusts to 30 kt in the Salinas Valley impacting SNS.
01:08 UTC |
06:08 PM Pacific |
07:08 PM Mountain |
08:08 PM Central |
09:08 PM Eastern