Even with a few more days of scattered showers in the forecast this week, rain totals around the Bay Area are still well below normal, a National Weather Service forecaster said today.
Scattered showers are expected to keep the Bay Area wet through the early part of this week, but total rainfall through Wednesday is likely to be minimal, probably less than half an inch, Anderson said.
“It’s not going to be a drought-buster by any means,” he said.
Any chance of more precipitation is expected to end by Thursday afternoon, according to the weather service.
A ridge of high pressure is forecast to settle in over the region by the end of the week, bringing back dry weather and high temperatures starting on Friday, Anderson said.