Round 1 Of Storm Passes; Round 2 Begins After Midnight
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With round one of the storm over, there are a few lingering showers in the valley this morning. Skies will clear this afternoon, with rain and snow in the foothills and mountains tapering off as well.
Storm number two arrives after midnight tonight, bringing with it heavy rain, thunderstorms, and snow down to 4,500 feet. Friday into Saturday.
Up to another inch of rain is possible for the valley and another foot of snow possible for the Sierra.
Ski resort snow totals from the story range from 6 to 12 inches and could get as high as 18 inches over the peaks of the Sierra as the snow continues.
24 hour rain totals:
- Arnold 1.24”
- Oroville 1.21”
- Grass Valley 1.17”
- Placerville 1.06”
- Vacaville 1.04”
- North Auburn .96”
- Newcastle .87”
- Citrus Heights .78”
- Modesto: RECORD RAINFALL OF .60” WAS SET YESTERDAY – OLD RECORD .45” SET IN 1951.
- Sacramento: .55”