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A lovely sunrise this morning over the city.  It was the calm before the storm... Another storm system was forecast to arrive over the weekend with more unsettled weather... Pic taken from around San Jose, CA. (Friday around sunrise, December 6, 2019; 7:10 a.m.) *Weather update/forecast: A low off the coast was moving slowly eastward.  This low was similar to the last one we had but was taking a more northeastward track as it moves inland over the weekend.  Northern California was to receive light to moderate rain with gusty winds once again.  The precipitation was forecast to turn showery Sunday with possible t-storms as the low moves inland and then decrease during the day… Looking ahead for next week, we will be caught between a high pressure ridge to our south that will be trying to push northward and an active jet stream that will be running across the Pacific & into the coast.  The effect of the ridge was to push storms a little northward as they hit the coast.  Monday & early Tuesday, we were to be partly to mostly sunny aside from the morning fogginess.  Then by Tuesday night & Wednesday, a weak frontal system was to brush the north state.  This system was to bring showers to the north coast & northern mountains.  It will be followed by another weak frontal system moving in Thursday & Friday… at Evergreen, San Jose, California

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Seeing stormy-looking skies over the city tonight while commuting home from work.  Certainly, another storm was on the way... Pics taken from around San Jose, CA. (Friday early evening, December 6, 2019) *Weather update/forecast: A low off the coast was moving slowly eastward.  This low was similar to the last one we had but was taking a more northeastward track as it moves inland over the weekend.  Northern California was to receive light to moderate rain with gusty winds once again.  The precipitation was forecast to turn showery Sunday with possible t-storms as the low moves inland and then decrease during the day… Looking ahead for next week, we will be caught between a high pressure ridge to our south that will be trying to push northward and an active jet stream that will be running across the Pacific & into the coast.  The effect of the ridge was to push storms a little northward as they hit the coast.  Monday & early Tuesday, we were to be partly to mostly sunny aside from the morning fogginess.  Then by Tuesday night & Wednesday, a weak frontal system was to brush the north state.  This system was to bring showers to the north coast & northern mountains.  It will be followed by another weak frontal system moving in Thursday & Friday… at San Jose, California

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While I was heading home from work tonight, I looked out west and saw this: a blimp!  I wonder who was riding this aircraft/airship... It might've been a Goodyear Blimp but it was too far and dark to see clearly. Pics taken from around Milpitas, CA. (Friday early evening, December 6, 2019) at Milpitas, California

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Having a special celebration tonight with the fam.  We were celebrating Baby Addison’s very 1st birthday this evening!  I can’t believe she’s already one year old as of this day.  Time sure does fly!  She’s indeed growing up to be a cute little (Disney) princess!  Happy 1st birthday, Baby Addy!  We love you!  Anyway, let's feast!  We had food from Jollibee of course lol. This was at the Desamitos’ residence in San Jose, CA. (Thursday evening, December 5, 2019) at San Jose, California

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Having Jollibee for dinner tonight.  So much food indeed!  What was the special occasion?  We were here celebrating Baby Addison’s very 1st birthday tonight.  I can’t believe she’s already one year old as of this day.  Time sure does fly!  She’s indeed growing up to be a cute little (Disney) princess!  Happy 1st birthday, Baby Addy!  We love you! This was at the Desamitos’ residence in San Jose, CA. (Thursday evening, December 5, 2019) at Evergreen, San Jose, California

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Driving in a deluge around the outskirts of Gilroy, CA. Despite the heavy rain, no lightning was seen within this storm. Nonetheless, gotta love this weather! Certainly, t-storms were occurring around California this day as a low pressure area drifts southeast over the state. Even parts of the Central Valley (Fresno areas) were seeing some weather action this day... Drive safe out there, everyone! (Video footage filmed Sunday afternoon, December 8, 2019) at Gilroy, California

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Heading towards a heavy shower, possibly thundershower, around Gilroy, CA. Look at that rain shaft though (2nd video)! Despite the ominousness, no lightning was seen. Nonetheless, gotta love this weather. T-storms were occurring around California this day as a low pressure area drifts southeast over the state. Even parts of the Central Valley were seeing some weather action this day... Drive safe out there, everyone! (Footage filmed Sunday afternoon, December 8, 2019) @abc7newsbayarea at Gilroy, California

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A group photo of us here at Christmas in the Park around Downtown San Jose.  We were basically here with our One Accord church group to see our church's Christmas tree.  It's also nice to come here now because it will soon get crowded and crazy as Christmas Day nears.  Anyway, have a nice Christmas season everyone! (Tuesday evening, December 3, 2019) *A bit about this park: Christmas in the Park is a winter event that takes place each year in Downtown San Jose, roughly from the last week of November to January 1.  During this time, more than five hundred Christmas trees decorated by local schools and other groups are displayed in the Plaza de César Chávez Park.  There are also over 40 animated displays, nightly entertainment, tasty food and drinks (available for purchase) and visits with Santa Claus himself!  Christmas in the Park is a non-profit organization... at Christmas in the Park

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The beautiful Christmas tree display around Christmas in the Park in Downtown San Jose.  We were basically here with our One Accord church group to see our church's Christmas tree.  It's also nice to come here now because it will soon get crowded and crazy as Christmas Day nears.  Anyway, have a nice holiday season everyone! (Tuesday evening, December 3, 2019) *A bit about this park: Christmas in the Park is a winter event that takes place each year in Downtown San Jose, roughly from the last week of November to January 1.  During this time, more than five hundred Christmas trees decorated by local schools and other groups are displayed in the Plaza de César Chávez Park.  There are also over 40 animated displays, nightly entertainment, tasty food and drinks (available for purchase) and visits with Santa Claus himself!  Christmas in the Park is a non-profit organization... at Christmas in the Park

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Enjoying the beautiful festive displays around Christmas in the Park in Downtown San Jose.  We were basically here with our One Accord church group to see our church's Christmas tree.  It's also nice to come here now because it will soon get crowded and crazy as Christmas Day nears.  Anyway, have a nice holiday season everyone! (Tuesday evening, December 3, 2019) *A bit about this park: Christmas in the Park is a winter event that takes place each year in Downtown San Jose, roughly from the last week of November to January 1.  During this time, more than five hundred Christmas trees decorated by local schools and other groups are displayed in the Plaza de César Chávez Park.  There are also over 40 animated displays, nightly entertainment, tasty food and drinks (available for purchase) and visits with Santa Claus himself!  Christmas in the Park is a non-profit organization... at Christmas in the Park

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Beautiful Christmas trees displayed here around Christmas in the Park in Downtown San Jose.  We were basically here with our One Accord church group to see our church's Christmas tree.  It's also nice to come here now because it will soon get crowded and crazy as Christmas Day nears.  Anyway, have a nice holiday season everyone! (Tuesday evening, December 3, 2019) *A bit about this park: Christmas in the Park is a winter event that takes place each year in Downtown San Jose, roughly from the last week of November to January 1.  During this time, more than five hundred Christmas trees decorated by local schools and other groups are displayed in the Plaza de César Chávez Park.  There are also over 40 animated displays, nightly entertainment, tasty food and drinks (available for purchase) and visits with Santa Claus himself!  Christmas in the Park is a non-profit organization... at Christmas in the Park

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Me alongside this beautiful lighted Christmas tree around Christmas in the Park in Downtown San Jose.  We were basically here with our One Accord church group to see our church's Christmas tree.  It's also nice to come here now because it will soon get crowded and crazy as Christmas Day nears.  Anyway, have a nice holiday season everyone! (Tuesday evening, December 3, 2019) *A bit about this park: Christmas in the Park is a winter event that takes place each year in Downtown San Jose, roughly from the last week of November to January 1.  During this time, more than five hundred Christmas trees decorated by local schools and other groups are displayed in the Plaza de César Chávez Park.  There are also over 40 animated displays, nightly entertainment, tasty food and drinks (available for purchase) and visits with Santa Claus himself!  Christmas in the Park is a non-profit organization... at Christmas in the Park

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Enjoying the holidays at Christmas in the Park in Downtown San Jose.  We were basically here with our One Accord church group to see our church's Christmas tree.  It's also nice to come here now because it will soon get crowded and crazy as Christmas Day nears.  Anyway, have a nice holiday season everyone! (Tuesday evening, December 3, 2019) *A bit about this park: Christmas in the Park is a winter event that takes place each year in Downtown San Jose, roughly from the last week of November to January 1.  During this time, more than five hundred Christmas trees decorated by local schools and other groups are displayed in the Plaza de César Chávez Park.  There are also over 40 animated displays, nightly entertainment, tasty food and drinks (available for purchase) and visits with Santa Claus himself!  Christmas in the Park is a non-profit organization... at Christmas in the Park

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Us enjoying the holiday cheer around Christmas in the Park in Downtown San Jose.  We were basically here with our One Accord church group to see our church's Christmas tree.  It's also nice to come here now because it will soon get crowded and crazy as Christmas Day nears.  Anyway, have a nice holiday season everyone! (Tuesday evening, December 3, 2019) *A bit about this park: Christmas in the Park is a winter event that takes place each year in Downtown San Jose, roughly from the last week of November to January 1.  During this time, more than five hundred Christmas trees decorated by local schools and other groups are displayed in the Plaza de César Chávez Park.  There are also over 40 animated displays, nightly entertainment, tasty food and drinks (available for purchase) and visits with Santa Claus himself!  Christmas in the Park is a non-profit organization... at Christmas in the Park

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A rainy morning commute to work while driving along I-680 NB around San Jose, CA. Clearly, an atmospheric river continues to usher in plentiful rainfall to the Bay Area which started a few days prior. Drive safely out there fellas! (Footage filmed Monday morning, December 2, 2019) *Weather update/scenario: The first ‚Äėatmospheric river‚Äô of the season has arrived in the Bay Area and was forecast to stay until Tuesday or so. Two to four inches of rain was expected for most of the Bay Area. However, our local hills and mountains may see more than 4 inches of rain. Rainfall had picked up Saturday night into Sunday, with scattered showers lasting thru Tuesday. Wind speeds were ranging from 20-40 mph with higher gusts locally. Along the coast and at the highest peaks, winds were gusting to more than 60 mph. The strongest winds were expected to occur from Saturday evening thru Sunday, according to the National Weather Service. Wind advisories and high wind warnings were issued along the Bay Area coastlines.... This atmospheric river was part of a low pressure area that was off the coast. Through Tuesday, we were to have rainy, unsettled weather and decrease by Wednesday. After a very brief lull in the rains, by Thursday, another low pressure trough was to be approaching the coast. This trough was to bring in additional rain to the state Thursday night thru early Saturday. Overall, expect rainy, showery weather in the coming week... at San Jose, California

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An atmospheric river hits San Jose, CA with gusty southerly winds. This was day 2 of this weather event which had started just the day prior. Rain & wind was observed earlier during the morning hours this day. Things have calmed down just a bit during the afternoon hours but by nightfall, the winds have kicked up again (with less rain). Stay safe out on the roads everyone... (Footage filmed Sunday evening, December 1, 2019) *Weather update/scenario: The first ‚Äėatmospheric river‚Äô of the season has arrived in the Bay Area and was forecast to stay until Tuesday or so. Two to four inches of rain was expected for most of the Bay Area. However, our local hills and mountains may see more than 4 inches of rain. Rainfall had picked up Saturday night into Sunday, with scattered showers lasting thru Tuesday. Wind speeds were ranging from 20-40 mph with higher gusts locally. Along the coast and at the highest peaks, winds were gusting to more than 60 mph. The strongest winds were expected to occur from Saturday evening thru Sunday, according to the National Weather Service. Wind advisories and high wind warnings were issued along the Bay Area coastlines.... This atmospheric river was part of a low pressure area that was off the coast. Through Tuesday, we were to have rainy, unsettled weather and decrease by Wednesday. After a very brief lull in the rains, by Thursday, another low pressure trough was to be approaching the coast. This trough was to bring in additional rain to the state Thursday night thru early Saturday. Overall, expect rainy, showery weather in the coming week... at Evergreen, San Jose, California

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An atmospheric river ushers in gusty southerly winds to San Jose, CA. This was `day 2` of this weather event which had started just the day prior. Rain & wind was observed during the morning hours. Things have calmed down just a bit during the afternoon hours but by nightfall, the winds have kicked up (with less rain). Stay safe out on the roads everyone... (Footage filmed Sunday early evening, December 1, 2019) *Weather update/scenario: The first ‚Äėatmospheric river‚Äô of the season has arrived in the Bay Area and was forecast to stay until Tuesday or so. Two to four inches of rain was expected for most of the Bay Area. However, our local hills and mountains may see more than 4 inches of rain. Rainfall had picked up Saturday night into Sunday, with scattered showers lasting thru Tuesday. Wind speeds were ranging from 20-40 mph with higher gusts locally. Along the coast and at the highest peaks, winds were gusting to more than 60 mph. The strongest winds were expected to occur from Saturday evening thru Sunday, according to the National Weather Service. Wind advisories and high wind warnings were issued along the Bay Area coastlines.... This atmospheric river was part of a low pressure area that was off the coast. Through Tuesday, we were to have rainy, unsettled weather and decrease by Wednesday. After a very brief lull in the rains, by Thursday, another low pressure trough was to be approaching the coast. This trough was to bring in additional rain to the state Thursday night thru early Saturday. Overall, expect rainy, showery weather in the coming week... at Evergreen, San Jose, California

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Gusty southerly winds observed around San Jose, CA. This was just the beginning of an atmospheric river event. This system was to bring more rain and even stronger winds by the very next day/evening during the 1st day of December... This year is flying by so fast! Anyway, stay safe out on the roads fellas... (Footage filmed Saturday early evening, November 30, 2019) *Weather update/scenario: The first ‚Äėatmospheric river‚Äô of the season has arrived in the Bay Area and was forecast to stay until Tuesday or so. Two to four inches of rain was expected for most of the Bay Area. However, our local hills and mountains may see more than 4 inches of rain. Rainfall had picked up Saturday night into Sunday, with scattered showers lasting thru Tuesday. Wind speeds were ranging from 20-40 mph with higher gusts locally. Along the coast and at the highest peaks, winds were gusting to more than 60 mph. The strongest winds were expected to occur from Saturday evening thru Sunday, according to the National Weather Service. Wind advisories and high wind warnings were issued along the Bay Area coastlines.... This atmospheric river was part of a low pressure area that was off the coast. Through Tuesday, we were to have rainy, unsettled weather and decrease by Wednesday. After a very brief lull in the rains, by Thursday, another low pressure trough was to be approaching the coast. This trough was to bring in additional rain to the state Thursday night thru early Saturday. Overall, expect rainy, showery weather in the coming week... at San Jose, California

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