Cameron Park, CA Marine Weather and Tide Forecast
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Marine Weather and Tide Forecast for Cameron Park, CA

April 21, 2024 9:57 PM PDT (04:57 UTC) Change Location
Sunrise 6:16 AM   Sunset 7:48 PM
Moonrise 4:55 PM   Moonset 4:18 AM 
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PZZ530 San Pablo Bay, Suisun Bay, The West Delta And The San Francisco Bay North Of The Bay Bridge- 907 Pm Pdt Sun Apr 21 2024

Tonight - SW winds 5 to 10 knots.

Mon - SW winds 10 to 15 knots.

Mon night - SW winds 10 to 20 knots with gusts up to 25 knots.

Tue - SW winds 10 to 15 knots.

Tue night - SW winds 15 to 20 knots with gusts up to 25 knots.

Wed - SW winds 10 to 15 knots.

Wed night - W winds around 10 knots.

Thu - W winds 10 to 15 knots.

Fri - W winds 10 to 15 knots with gusts up to 25 knots. A chance of rain.

PZZ500 907 Pm Pdt Sun Apr 21 2024

Synopsis for the central california coast and bays including the Monterey bay - Greater farallones - .and cordell bank national marine sanctuaries - .
gusty northerly winds lingering over the outer waters north of point reyes. Winds otherwise easing tonight and switching to southerly starting Tuesday ahead of an approaching trough. Small southerly swell continues to move through the waters this weekend and through the upcoming work week.


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Area Discussion for - Sacramento, CA
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FXUS66 KSTO 212045 AFDSTO

Area Forecast Discussion National Weather Service Sacramento CA 145 PM PDT Sun Apr 21 2024


Synopsis
Warm and dry weather continues into early next week. Locally breezy winds at times through the Delta. Cooler, near-normal temperatures return Tuesday through the end of the week with onshore flow. Precipitation chances return late Tuesday through Saturday, best chances in the foothills and mountains.

Discussion
GOES-18 Satellite reveals mostly clear skies around interior NorCal this afternoon. Temperatures are climbing into the upper 70s and low 80s in the Valley, and are expected to continue to climb into the mid and upper 80s. Upper level ridging continues to be the primary synoptic feature over the region through Monday.
Late Monday, a trough will approach the coast and transition our flow into a southwesterly component, which will allow for a Delta breeze to setup Monday evening. Southwest wind gusts up to 30 mph will be possible in the Delta. There will also be a chance (15%)
for some isolated mountain showers Monday evening, along the Sierra Crest from HWY-50 southward. Trough will continue to move through the area on Tuesday and Wednesday, which will promote onshore flow and allow high temperatures in the Valley to cool into the low to mid 70s for Valley locations. Some CAMs (Convective Allowing Models) are hinting at isolated showers and thunderstorms to develop somwehere from Placer to Plumas counties Tuesday morning, however confidence is very low in any morning convection.

The main energy associated with the trough will be in SoCal, but enough instability and forcing will be present for an isolated shower or thunderstorm in the mountains on both Tuesday evening and Wednesday evening. Tuesday evening, the best chances for showers and t-storms will be mainly in northern Shasta county and on Wednesday, the best chances will in Alpine and Tuolumne counties. Best moisture will likely remain to the south of our area, but there still remains around a 10-20% chance of shower and t-storm development advertised by the National Blend of Models.
QPF totals will be very light, generally below 0.10" inches for areas that experience an isolated shower. Locally higher amounts possible if any thunderstorms develop will be possible.

.EXTENDED DISCUSSION (Thursday THROUGH Sunday)...

As we move into Thursday, the upper level low located in SoCal will move eastward towards the Four Corners region, while another trough moves into NorCal. Unsettled and cooler weather will prevail across the area during this time, with periods of showers/t-storms and the potential for some high elevation snow showers. Thursday evening is when the active weather may start for the region, beginning in the northern Sac Valley and the foothills of the Sierra before spreading across the area Friday afternoon.
Depending on the exact track of the low, a few rumbles of thunder could be possible Friday morning across the Valley floor as well.
Precipitation chances exist through the weekend, with the best chances remaining in the foothills and higher elevations in the Sierra and Southern Cascades.

Afternoon models runs have increased precipitation totals in the foothills and Sierra slightly, with a storm total from Thursday afternoon through Sunday morning to be around 0.50" to 1.25" inches. Lower amounts of around 0.10" to 0.50" inches for the Valley are currently forecast. Snowfall amounts have also trended slightly upwards over the same time period. Around 2" inches or less are now forecast for I-80 and HWY-50 passes, with the highest peaks possibly receiving a fresh 10" inches from this storm. Snow levels look to be relatively similar to yesterday's forecast, around 6000-7500' feet when the heaviest QPF is expected (Thursday- Saturday AM). High temperatures will be mid to upper 60s for the Valley on Thursday and Friday, before warming slightly on Saturday and Sunday into the low to mid 70s, which should keep temperatures slightly below to near climatological normal.

Still a great bit of uncertainty regarding exact track and timing of this system and precipitation totals, so stay tuned for forecast updates as we move into the work week.

Wood

AVIATION

VFR conditions over interior NorCal next 24 hrs with sfc wind mainly at or below 12 kts.

STO WATCHES/WARNINGS/ADVISORIES
None.




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Airport Reports
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AirportDistAgeWind ktVisSkyWeatherTempDewPtRHinHg
KMHR SACRAMENTO MATHER,CA 16 sm22 mincalm10 smClear68°F55°F64%29.86
KPVF PLACERVILLE,CA 16 sm22 mincalm10 smClear63°F50°F63%30.00
KJAQ WESTOVER FIELD AMADOR COUNTY,CA 18 sm22 minNNE 0410 smClear68°F54°F60%29.94
KMCC MC CLELLAN AIRFIELD,CA 22 sm22 minno data10 smClear
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Tide / Current for Sacramento %234, Sacramento River, California
   
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Tide / Current for Clarksburg %234, Sacramento River, California
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