Here Comes Storm #31

It’s great to to get storms in late February through late March. They have extra pop and crackle to them thanks to the extra amount of sunlight as our latitude gets tilted back in the direction of the sun. Here comes the second in a series of Jet Stream powered Pacific fronts to aim at California since that famous series in January… Storms like this help finish off a rainy season right.

No rain on the ground here in Fresno yet, but there should be soon…

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