Here’s your latest StormTracker4 forecast from the KRON4 Weather Center.
Mostly cloudy to start, with patchy fog in spots. Radar does show a line of showers out to sea, with a general south to north movement. Based on model projections, a few scattered showers develop after the noon hour today, with pockets in the East Bay shoreline, South Bay and through wine country. By late afternoon into the evening, clearing up temporarily until late tonight, when the clouds cover us up again. This is when this upper level low settles over the Bay Area.
However, the models are not impressed with rain chances for tomorrow. Although an isolated thundershower remains possible, particularly if we get some clearing to provide some heat for instability. Very widely scattered showers remain in the forecast until Saturday, when things clear up in earnest for Mother’s Day, with a gradual warming trend into next week.
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