Does it feel like it's going to be a dry November in the Bay Area? You're right...it is!
A weather system known as a "high-pressure ridge" is parked along the California coast, acting like a wall and blocking Pacific storms.
Meteorologists don't see any signs of the weather pattern changing in the coming week, and the long-range forecast models that can look out two weeks indicate no or extremely small chances of rain in the next two weeks in the Bay Area.
Yes, it's possible we could see not a single drop throughout the month.
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