Welcome to fall! The small front that moved through yesterday brought in .06" of rain, which isn't much, but is more than we've seen in over a month. This isn't the largest storm we'll see this week though, in fact, the storm that's already arrived at the coast will deliver the most rain we've seen
Brace yourselves on this first official day of fall for some heavy rain. The rain will last into Wednesday morning's commute. It's the biggest storm since March. Crews got an early start Tuesday to make sure it doesn't catch us off guard.
Fall officially starts at 7:29 p.m. The season starts when the suns direct light moves from the northern hemisphere to the southern hemisphere, crossing the equator at exactly 7:29 pm Pacific Daylight Time.