Rain or snow is expected to fall on much of California throughout Halloween weekend as a Pacific storm system drives a cold front across much of the state.
While the storm does nothing to change the fact that the state is in the midst of the worst drought in at least a century, it could bring significant rainfall to parts of southern and central California that have yet to see any major precipitation this season, according to the National Weather Service
California’s Central Valley and the central coast are expected to see the wettest weather on Friday, and the San Franisco Bay Area will likely get its heaviest showers this afternoon, while southern California’s will be some time this evening. Read more…
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