According to the National Weather Service, clear skies and slightly warmer weather hit the Gulf of Aden on Wednesday morning after clearing the Gulf of Aden.

“We are witnessing some gradual warming this weekend (Wednesday).

Temperatures were forecast Wednesday and mid-60s on the coast and in the low 70’s in the south, the agency said. “In other words, it is close to normal,” wrote meteorologists on Tuesday afternoon.

On Tuesday night, dry conditions were prevailing and heavy rains were moving eastward into Sierra, light rains fell in the region, the NWS said.

Meteorologists said the “atmospheric river event” did not have a large or large impact in general.

Predictably, North Bay has seen the heaviest rainfall in the last 48 hours due to the atmospheric river.