“All in all, ensemble forecasts project rainfall over the next 5-7 days will potentially exceed 200% of normal for the entire month of May across much of the region,” said the National Weather Service’s forecast office in Monterey.

California is already drenched. Now three ‘atmospheric rivers’ may unload two months’ worth of rain.

A jet stream sagging into the mid-latitudes is forecast to drive unseasonably late precipitation into the Golden State — and a lot of it.


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