/*23 Breaths: STAY TUNED*/

Thursday, December 3, 2009

STAY TUNED

Issued by The National Weather Service
San Diego, CA
5:31 am PST, Thu., Dec. 3, 2009

... POTENTIAL FOR WET WEATHER ACROSS CALIFORNIA NEXT WEEK...

A SERIES OF PACIFIC STORMS IS FORECAST TO MAKE LANDFALL ACROSS CALIFORNIA NEXT WEEK.

THE FIRST STORM IS FORECAST TO ARRIVE MONDAY OR TUESDAY. A SECOND STORM IS FORECAST LATER IN THE WEEK ON THURSDAY OR FRIDAY. WHILE IT LOOKS LIKELY THAT SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA WILL GET RAIN NEXT WEEK... THE AMOUNT OF RAIN WILL DEPEND OF THE STORM TRACK. THE FARTHER SOUTH THE TRACK... THE MORE RAIN WE WILL GET. A STORM TRACK INTO CENTRAL CALIFORNIA WILL BRING LESS RAIN TO SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA.

THESE STORMS WILL BRING THE POTENTIAL FOR STRONG WINDS... HEAVY RAIN AND SNOW... AND LARGE SURF ALONG THE COAST. FLOODING... DEBRIS FLOWS... HAZARDOUS DRIVING CONDITIONS... AND DANGEROUS BOATING AND SURF CONDITIONS ARE POSSIBLE NEXT WEEK.

LARGE WEST TO SOUTHWEST SWELLS WILL BE GENERATED NEXT WEEK THAT WILL AFFECT THE SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA COASTAL WATERS AND THE BEACHES OF ORANGE COUNTY AND SAN DIEGO COUNTY. BETWEEN MONDAY AND TUESDAY COMBINED SEAS AND SURF ARE FORECAST TO DOUBLE IN HEIGHT... AND BY WEDNESDAY MAY WELL BE OVER 10 FEET.

STAYED TUNED FOR FURTHER UPDATES ON THIS DEVELOPING WEATHER EVENT.

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