Summary - The basic pattern consists of the storm track continuing to orient NNE along and into the coast of northern California while weak upper low pressure continues near Baja California. The low near Baja California tends to induce southerly flow along the Mexico west coast, but local dry and warm east flow in southern California. Support for a longwave trough in the east-central northern Pacific (135-160W) will continue. Despite high pressure over California, some moist fronts with subtropical moisture will reach into central and northern portions, with above normal rainfall possible due to storms from November 19th onward. Rains occur throughout all of California during November 20-22, and again on the 23rd in northern California. Rains focus into central and southern California on November 26-27th, then in northern and central California on the 28-29th, and central and southern California on the 29-30th, with cold showers and low snow levels and some freezes on December 1st.