We Hope You Like Rain Because You're About To Get a Ton of It
Remember when we were all ripping out our lawns to conserve water during the drought?
My, how quickly things change.
California is on track to get more rain in a week than it sees in two months, all from unseasonal storm systems rolling through. The National Weather Service's San Francisco office said that through May 22 the state is expected to get 150-200% of its normal monthly rainfall.
It's all thanks to a series of "atmospheric rivers" that will set up over the Pacific Ocean, moving into California.
Storms already began pummeling the state Friday and Saturday. But they’ll return Wednesday, pushing California into record territory. Parts of the Sierra Nevada could get up to 30 inches of snow.
Read more about what you can expect here.