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Another round of mountain storms hit the Sierra Sunday afternoon.
One cell, just southwest of Quincy, grew to severe status by producing gusty winds and inch diameter hail.
Sunday evening storms are expected in the mountains, with less of a chance in valley locations.
Monday will mean a better shot for valley rain as the low-pressure system over Northern California pumps more moisture into the region.
Tuesday and Wednesday will also hold storm chances as the low slowly makes an exit to the southeast toward Arizona.
In addition to rain chances, the storm has really dropped temperatures. Most locations went from the 90s on Saturday to the low 70s on Sunday. The high temperatures for most of the week will hover in the mid 70s in the valley.
By the end of the week, the atmosphere will dry out and temperatures will climb back into the mid 80s.