Sunday, 25 September 2022

Thunderstorms may develop later in the day

LAKE COUNTY – It's very unusual for July in Northern California, but officials are reporting that rain and thunderstorms may develop later today over a dry Lake County, which may be a recipe for wildfires.


According to the National Weather Service (NWS) in Sacramento, a very unusual weather pattern for July is developing.


An upper-level low pressure system off the California coast will draw subtropical moisture into Northern California today and into tonight, bringing a threat of thunderstorms over coastal and Lake County mountains, NWS reported.


Combined with the very dry conditions, the potential for fires from lightning is possible and a fire weather watch is in effect, according to NWS.


This weather pattern and chance of thunderstorms and rain will remain in effect through Monday, with Wednesday predicted to have the highest possibility for thunderstorms.


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