Forecast: Strong Winds In Valley; Snow In Tahoe
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Trace rain amounts fell in Sacramento overnight. The foothills near Placerville received higher rain totals around .33 inches.
Rain mixed with snow fell as low as 3,200-3,500 feet. Only light accumulations fell there, but higher elevations saw six inches of snow.
Light snow showers continue this morning mainly on the southern edge of the Tahoe area, with another inch of accumulation possible.
A wind advisory has been issued between 9 am. to 5 p.m. Tuesday, and will likely be issued again tomorrow. Expect northwest winds at 20-30 mph with gust topping 40+ mph. Central Valley winds will peak in the afternoon and the west slope of the Sierra will peak during the overnight and morning hours.
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