Do you remember the record 23 Category 4 & 5 Hurricanes I mentioned last Friday? One of those, the one-time Category 4 Hurricane Olaf, is now a tropical depression tracking towards the California coast. By the time it reaches us it will be a low-pressure system bringing possible rain and wind, especially along the coast and especially north of about Santa Cruz.
Rain may happen on Wednesday. Conditions will dry Thursday, when you’ll have a chance for new KOMs and PRs with winds of up to 20 MPH out of the north beginning mid-afternoon. Have fun!
If I am reading you right, had Olaf not dropped down to be a tropical depression and instead gained steam like Patricia did, we could have had a hurricane hitting the Bay Area. Yay for climate change.