There really doesn’t seem to be much of a break in the stormy pattern which is bringing in an almost continuous series of storms off the ocean. As has been the case lately, none of the storms individually seems to be of more than moderate strength, but it should add up to a pretty hefty amount of mainly mountain snow with occasional valley rain. On Wednesday the next storm hits with enough mountain snow forecast to kick off a Winter Weather Advisory for the Sierra (2-8” are possible depending on elevation and location.) For the valley, it looks like this one will be warm enough so that if we do get anything (and there will be a significant drop in precipitation in the valleys due to the rain shadow) it will likely be rain until you get quite a ways up into the foothills. By Thursday, there will be a brief break before the next storm arrives Friday into Saturday. And a chance of showers (mainly valley rain and mountain snow) will continue well into the next week.