Sunday, 5 July 2020

Afternoon Rain and Thunderstorm Takes Central Valley By Surprise

Though it is still weeks away from the start of the “green” season, many parts of the Central Valley, Central and South Pacific got a reminder of that with thunder and rain this Tuesday afternoon.

The national weather service prepared a map of the areas affected.

The beginning of the rainy or green season typically starts taking effect over the country around the 15th of May and continues into the middle of November.

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