Posted on October 4, 2020 by iwano@_84
ST. HELENA (CBS SF) — Weary firefighters, including National Guard units and prison inmate crews, took advantage of calm winds and cooler temperatures early Saturday, expanding containment of the massive Glass Fire to 10 percent and allowing evacuated residents of Calistoga and Angwin to breath their first sighs of relief in nearly a week.
Meanwhile, weather forecasters were keeping on an eye on a front developing in the Pacific that could bring much needed showers to the San Francisco Bay Area next weekend. Of particular interest, National Weather Service forecasters said, were plumes of moisture spinning toward Northern California from Hurricane Marie.
“In general, in looking at trends would say that confidence is increasing for some type of precipitation by next weekend,” the weather service said. “Rain amounts all over the board based on if Marie gets ingested as well as where (the) cold front would move onshore.