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Hydrologists are eagerly awaiting this Thursday’s storm to see how much water runoff can be saved during the drought, and some are already making plans for that water.
Wind gusts heading up to 60 mph could send strands of lights and yard decorations flying starting late Wednesday and through Friday.
The city of Davis spent Monday taking down dead trees, preparing for wind gusts up to 60 mph from the storm that’s expected to hit in the late half of the week.
A storm will arrive on Wednesday night that will bring more rain than the storm that hit last week.
California is bracing for the arrival of a new, more powerful Pacific storm following a weekend of scattered rain, showers and snow.
Snow made for treacherous driving conditions in the mountains, catching some holiday travelers off-guard.
Round three of rain arrives this evening. Some showers are possible on the northern end of the valley beginning after 4 p.m,, spreading area-wide around 10 p.m. Rain overnight continues into Saturday morning with some scattered showers possible through Saturday night.
A wet weather pattern is setting up beginning Wednesday morning and continuing into the weekend.
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The first big snow is like your favorite team winning a game in the preseason. It always brings out positive predictions for the year ahead.
Our Halloween storm has slowed down a bit, and it will likely arrive after the morning commute Friday morning. Still a decent amount of rain is expected to be falling by midday for the valley, with lingering showers and possible t-storms for evening commute and trick or treating.