Better track down the umbrella you tossed in the closet last spring. Forecasters say Northern California´s first significant storm in six months is heading our way tomorrow.
The National Weather Service says that storm will blow ashore late tomorrow, accompanied by strong, gusty winds and 15-foot surf.
There are actually two storm fronts headed our way to end a dry spell dating back to May 21st.
The heaviest rain should be Thursday morning, with more bad weather expected Friday. Rain should taper off on Saturday and it might even be nice on Sunday.
And if you´re heading for the Sierra — snow is expected Thursday through Saturday. Take your chains.