Auberry, CA Marine Weather and Tide Forecast

Marine Weather and Tide Forecast for Auberry, CA

April 12, 2024 3:04 PM PDT (22:04 UTC) Change Location
Sunrise 6:25 AM   Sunset 7:32 PM
Moonrise 8:58 AM   Moonset 12:00 AM 
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Area Discussion for - San Joaquin Valley/Hanford, CA
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Area Forecast Discussion National Weather Service Hanford CA 109 PM PDT Fri Apr 12 2024

1. Warmer than average temperatures continue through today, then steeply drop between today and tomorrow.
2. A disturbance will move through Central California late Friday through the weekend, resulting in cooler temperatures, a chance for rain in the San Joaquin Valley, and snow above 6,000 feet in the Sierra Nevada and Kern County Mountains.
3. A few strong thunderstorms may develop today and tomorrow afternoon and evening.
4. Strong wind potential occurs mainly in the afternoons and evenings on Friday and Saturday in eastern Kern County, including the desert floor and slopes.

Today’s temperatures will again be roughly 10 degrees above normal for this time of year, with the San Joaquin Valley seeing values in the high 80s this afternoon. As a low pressure system begins to impact the area, it will cause a steep drop off in temperatures from today to tomorrow. Tomorrow, high temperatures will be nearly 20 degrees cooler than what they are today, with values in the high 60s to low 70s expected.

The low pressure system mentioned above will bring rain to the San Joaquin Valley and snow to the Sierra Nevada and Kern County mountains. Much of this precipitation will fall Saturday afternoon through evening. The northern central San Joaquin Valley, coastal range, and foothills could see up to an inch of rain, whereas the western and southern central San Joaquin Valley could see up to a half inch of rain. Here are probabilities that certain areas will see a half inch of rain tomorrow: Bakersfield: 6% Fresno: 41% Hanford: 11% Madera: 31% Merced: 66% Porterville: 6% Visalia: 6%

Snow will fall in the Sierra Nevada and Kern County mountains.
Areas above 6,000 feet could see 8-12 inches of snow, and local higher elevations could see up to 18 inches of snow. Snow levels will start at around 6,000 feet, then drop to 4,000 feet late Saturday night into Sunday morning before going back up to 6,000 feet at the end of the event on Monday morning. Much of the snow will fall Saturday afternoon and evening. There is a Winter Weather Advisory out for elevations 6,000 feet and above from 11am to 11pm on Saturday. Here are probabilities that certain areas will see 8 inches of snow or more through Monday: Tioga Pass: 25% Yosemite Valley: 23% Badger Pass Ski Area: 88% Wawona: 27% Huntington Lake: 89% Shaver Lake: 54% Lodgepole: 72% Grant Grove: 51%

There is also the chance for thunderstorms in the Sierra Nevada and adjacent foothills today, and in the San Joaquin Valley and Coastal Range tomorrow. Upper level divergence alongside lifted index and convective available potential energy values support the formation of a few strong thunderstorms today and tomorrow afternoon and evening, with tomorrow seeing the best chances.
Main threats with thunderstorms include small hail, wind gusts near 45 mph, cloud to ground lightning strikes, and localized heaving rainfall that could lead to flooding.

Additionally, strong winds will precede the rain through today, particularly in the Coastal Range. Gusts could reach up to 55 mph, and as such, a Wind Advisory is valid for the Coastal Range from 4 pm this afternoon through 11 am tomorrow morning. The rest of the forecast area will see elevated winds through the same period, though not at an advisory level.

As the low pressure system moves out of the forecast area and weakens on Monday, ridging will take its place and bring warmer temperatures back alongside drier weather.

Afternoon thunderstorms between 18Z today and 02Z tomorrow for the Sierra Nevada and adjacent foothills could result in localized MVFR conditions. Rain in the San Joaquin Valley and snow in the Sierra could cause MVFR conditions after 18Z tomorrow. Otherwise, VFR conditions are expected across the Central California interior for at least the next 24 hours.

ISSUED: 04/11/2024 14:41 EXPIRES: 04/12/2024 23:59 None.


The level of certainty for days 1 and 2 is medium.
The level of certainty for days 3 through 7 is medium.

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Wind Advisory until 11 AM PDT Saturday for CAZ300-308-313.
Winter Weather Advisory from 11 AM to 11 PM PDT Saturday for CAZ323-325>331-333-334-336.

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KFAT FRESNO YOSEMITE INTL,CA 17 sm21 minSW 15G2510 smPartly Cloudy88°F39°F18%29.70
KFCH FRESNO CHANDLER EXECUTIVE,CA 23 sm34 minSSW 11G1810 smClear84°F36°F18%29.71
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