In this short, it shows a brief downpour on the 1st day of December in San Jose, CA. A line of heavy showers had slowly drifted through, giving us a nice soaking. I slept in so I didn’t have a chance to get ready and go chasing this time around so I just observed the deluge from my own backyard. The area was completely drenched and northerly winds suddenly started to blow after the heavy rain band had slowly started to recede from the area. The winds might have been caused by the heavy downpour, kind of like a mini microburst in a way. My cousin was also caught in the deluge while she was driving along I-680 at the time lol. Anyways, stay dry out there! (Saturday, December 1, 2018)
A low pressure area was moving across Northern California this day. Scattered showers remain mainly over the foothills & mountains. However, a line of moderate to heavy showers have moved into my neck of the woods during the morning (hence the dark skies in the photo(s)). The skies were to clear out by nightfall. By Sunday & Monday, we were to see partly sunny skies with cool temps. Looking further ahead, by Tuesday & Wednesday, another low pressure area was to move through the state with more unsettled weather with snow levels around 3500-5000 feet. Skies were to clear out again on Thursday with sunny skies in time for Friday… Stay dry & warm out there, fellas.