Yes, it’s all about the waiting this morning. Showers won’t be entering our area from the north until about noon today, with the heaviest valley/foothills rain and Sierra snow still expected to fall overnight tonight into Thursday morning.
Hot temperatures will hit the valley this weekend with Sacramento reaching 100 degrees Saturday and Sunday.
With rattlesnake sightings and reports on the rise, it’s a good time to find out how to give you and your pets a fighting chance.
On Friday and Saturday we were in the 90s in the valley, but now we’re seeing rain. As a result, temperatures will only be in the 70s this week with wild swings in the weather.
Looks like rain showers will be here by around 5 a.m. Thursday morning, so wet roads are likely for the morning commute.
A cold winter storm through our area brought snow to some low elevations.
The weekend storm expected to hit Saturday morning has stalled out along the coast but is slowly moving into the Sacramento Valley.
Melting snow combined with freezing temperatures overnight is causing a frustrating drive for commuters in the foothills.
Thousands of foothills residents are still in the dark tonight, forced to spend Thanksgiving night bundled up in the dark.
Several thousands of people are still without power in the foothills, including just about the entire town of Arnold.
PG&E officials say Saturday’s massive snow downpour knocked power out to more than 18,000 customers in four counties. Those counties include El Dorado, Placer, Nevada and Sierra.