Another round of thunderstorms is likely right away in the San Francisco Bay Area and Northern California, the Nationwide Climate Services stated.
A plume of humidity fueling the storms can be traced to Tropical Storm Fausto in the Pacific southwest of Baja California.
Pink flag warnings for dry lightning are prevalent in Northern California, together with abnormal warmth warnings and heat advisories.
By late Sunday early morning, isolated showers and thunderstorms have been shifting northward, but a different — probably wetter — spherical of thunderstorms was anticipated, peaking in the overnight several hours and into Monday early morning, the weather conditions provider stated.
About 2,500 cloud-to-floor lightning strikes ended up recorded through a 12-hour interval into Sunday early morning around the Bay Place and the Central Coastline, although lots of of people were more than the ocean, the weather services described. Cloud-to-cloud lightning activity was almost frequent.
The lightning sparked dozens of fires in the northern, jap and southern sections of the Bay Area and and the Santa Cruz Mountains down to Monterey. Rain was primarily gentle, but there were numerous stories of gusty winds in excessive of 50 mph and wind destruction, according to the weather conditions provider. Las Trampas, in the hills in the eastern portion of the Bay Area, noted a gust to 75 mph. Smaller hail also was described in some spots.
Purple flag warnings remain in result by way of Monday morning.