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FNUS86 KMTR 221157
FWLMTR

ECCDA DISCUSSIONS
NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA
457 AM PDT MON SEP 22 2014

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...DISCUSSION FROM SFOFWFMTR...

NEAR NORMAL TEMPERATURES AND DRY CONDITIONS ARE EXPECTED TO PREVAIL
INTO WEDNESDAY MORNING. AN UNSEASONABLY STRONG STORM SYSTEM WILL
PUSH INTO OUR AREA STARTING WEDNESDAY EVENING BRINGING COOLER
TEMPERATURES AND A POSSIBILITY OF RAIN TO MOST AREAS. RAIN AND
COOLER TEMPERATURES WILL PERSIST THROUGH AT LEAST SATURDAY. A SIDE
NOTE...WINDS DO NOT LOOK VERY STRONG WITH THIS APPROACHING STORM
SYSTEM.


...DISCUSSION FROM SFOFWFSTO...


CENTER OF LOW PRESSURE SYSTEM IS NOW OVER THE GREAT BASIN. THE
BACKSIDE OF THE LOW LINGERS OVER THE WESTERN SIERRA SO THERE IS
STILL A SLIGHT CHANCE OF SHOWERS AND THUNDERSTORMS INTO THIS EVENING
FOR THAT AREA. WARM AND DRY WEATHER RETURNS TO THE AREA MONDAY AND
TUESDAY BEFORE A PACIFIC FRONTAL SYSTEM BRINGS ANOTHER  CHANCE OF
PRECIPITATION FOR THE SECOND HALF OF THE WEEK.


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ECC010-230000-
MARIN...LAKE...NAPA AND SONOMA COUNTIES-
DISCUSSION FOR...ST HELENA ECC DISPATCH
457 AM PDT MON SEP 22 2014

NEAR NORMAL TEMPERATURES AND DRY CONDITIONS ARE EXPECTED TO PREVAIL
INTO WEDNESDAY MORNING. AN UNSEASONABLY STRONG STORM SYSTEM WILL
PUSH INTO OUR AREA STARTING WEDNESDAY EVENING BRINGING COOLER
TEMPERATURES AND A POSSIBILITY OF RAIN TO MOST AREAS. RAIN AND
COOLER TEMPERATURES WILL PERSIST THROUGH AT LEAST SATURDAY. A SIDE
NOTE...WINDS DO NOT LOOK VERY STRONG WITH THIS APPROACHING STORM
SYSTEM.

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ECC014-230000-
ALAMEDA...CONTRA COSTA AND SANTA CLARA COUNTIES-
DISCUSSION FOR...MORGAN HILL ECC DISPATCH
457 AM PDT MON SEP 22 2014

NEAR NORMAL TEMPERATURES AND DRY CONDITIONS ARE EXPECTED TO PREVAIL
INTO WEDNESDAY MORNING. AN UNSEASONABLY STRONG STORM SYSTEM WILL
PUSH INTO OUR AREA STARTING WEDNESDAY EVENING BRINGING COOLER
TEMPERATURES AND A POSSIBILITY OF RAIN TO MOST AREAS. RAIN AND
COOLER TEMPERATURES WILL PERSIST THROUGH AT LEAST SATURDAY. A SIDE
NOTE...WINDS DO NOT LOOK VERY STRONG WITH THIS APPROACHING STORM
SYSTEM.

$$

ECC013-230000-
SANTA CRUZ AND SAN MATEO COUNTIES-
DISCUSSION FOR...FELTON ECC DISPATCH
457 AM PDT MON SEP 22 2014

NEAR NORMAL TEMPERATURES AND DRY CONDITIONS ARE EXPECTED TO PREVAIL
INTO WEDNESDAY MORNING. AN UNSEASONABLY STRONG STORM SYSTEM WILL
PUSH INTO OUR AREA STARTING WEDNESDAY EVENING BRINGING COOLER
TEMPERATURES AND A POSSIBILITY OF RAIN TO MOST AREAS. RAIN AND
COOLER TEMPERATURES WILL PERSIST THROUGH AT LEAST SATURDAY. A SIDE
NOTE...WINDS DO NOT LOOK VERY STRONG WITH THIS APPROACHING STORM
SYSTEM.

$$

ECC018-230000-
MONTEREY AND SAN BENITO COUNTIES-
DISCUSSION FOR...MONTEREY ECC DISPATCH
457 AM PDT MON SEP 22 2014

NEAR NORMAL TEMPERATURES AND DRY CONDITIONS ARE EXPECTED TO PREVAIL
INTO WEDNESDAY MORNING. AN UNSEASONABLY STRONG STORM SYSTEM WILL
PUSH INTO OUR AREA STARTING WEDNESDAY EVENING BRINGING COOLER
TEMPERATURES AND A POSSIBILITY OF RAIN TO MOST AREAS. RAIN AND
COOLER TEMPERATURES WILL PERSIST THROUGH AT LEAST SATURDAY. A SIDE
NOTE...WINDS DO NOT LOOK VERY STRONG WITH THIS APPROACHING STORM
SYSTEM.

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