Here are the results of the first forecast posted in California Water Shortage Spring 2013 Forecast on March 12th. The forecast read as follows:
March 22, 2013
Around this date, a stormy and windy system is indicated over southern
California that may bring precipitation.
On the 20th of March, rain and high mountain snow hit the Northwest, and northern and central California. None was reported in southern California. The National Weather Service map below shows the storm system.
The forecast also mentioned a windy system over southern California. On the 22nd, the National Weather Service reported in their Southwest California Area Forecast Discussion that gusty north winds would continue to impact portions of the southland and then shift to the northeast on the 23rd.
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