Over the weekend in California will drop the monthly norm of precipitation

Over the last couple of days the rains pretty wet California, and by the end of the weekend the situation will worsen even more. The most rainfall observed in the Northern part of the state. All because of the atmospheric river is a narrow strip of moisture centered over the region.

Some spots in northern CA have received over 6 inches of rain in the past two days. That should help recharge some reservoirs! #CAwx pic.twitter.com/GItSZ09UTt

— NWS San Diego (@NWSSanDiego) April 7, 2018

According to the National weather service, some places in Northern California for Friday and Saturday has dropped to 6 inches of rain. On Sunday evening, the total rainfall reaches the monthly norm.

This will have both positive and negative consequences. The first is the replenishment of water, which is important in conditions of drought, which as of April 5, suffered 77% of the state.

Minus the excessive rain — the threat of flash floods, flooded roads and the threat of landslides. All these phenomena are highly undesirable in areas affected during recent fires.

Here’s an update on what to expect for the remainder of this #AtmosphericRiver event.#CAwx pic.twitter.com/EemmQADGUz

— NWS Bay Area (@NWSBayArea) April 6, 2018

In southern California forecasters have recorded a much more moderate precipitation is up to 0.59 inches. As for Los Angeles and suburbs, the rains are expected late Saturday night and Sunday will be dry.