Today’s morning Euro run shows a little further north track with the storm. Since we were not really expecting precip this far south anyway, essentially nothing has changed. The temperature profiles have not changed at all, it is still a cold storm and it will take a few days for the temperatures to recover.
Here was this morning’s Euro showing the snow accompanying the frontal passage to our north.
You may ask what type of storm path is better for us? Something more like this, that digs along the west coast and comes onshore in Central California. Here is what the Euro shows for the 18th.
Unfortunately, this magic ball model only extends out 240 hours, so we will have to wait a couple of days to see where it takes this one.
To recap, cold temperatures will be the biggest result of the Thursday storm.