Just to give you a heads up, Sunday very late afternoon, night and Monday all look wet. Models are picking up on a surge of subtropical moisture riding a wave through Arizona into our area late Sunday. There is also another trough that will ride the Coast of California coming onshore in NorCal and bringing snow to the Sierra that will get involved with us around Tuesday potentially leaving us with unsettled weather as then another trough will follow a similar path likely missing us to the north by the end of the week. These troughs are deeper than we have seen as they come onshore (552mb) and will initially bring snow levels down to 8,000 feet in California, Idaho, and Wyoming. However, these troughs have been very dry by the time they reach us and they tend to stay north closer to the jet so don’t get too excited yet.
More on this tomorrow, expect a Flood Watch to be issued for Sunday-Monday later today or tomorrow.