SUMMARY: I know that it's not a miracle, but--
Looks like it will be measurable rain. Can't even remember the last time this happened. April? March?
I hope that it keeps up enough to help my yard, or those of my many friends who have turned off their irrigation in this drought.
More, I hope that it's raining where the King Fire still runs out of control--95,000 acres and counting. 148 square miles (384 sq. km). That's three times the size of San Francisco and coming up quickly on the entire city of San Jose, which sprawls up and down and across this valley, housing a million people, and includes many square miles of open land.
8,000 people currently fight this fire, which threatens 12,000 individual homes as they try to hold it back.
This is not the biggest fire we've ever had (although it rapidly approaches the top 20), and it's not the only fire currently burning in California, but we have agility friends who live in the area, and it's the worst going at the moment.