Now that winter storm Juno has come and gone. we can once again focus on the things that matter in life – like the Super Bowl.
A wet weather pattern is setting up beginning Wednesday morning and continuing into the weekend.
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.
Wet weather is helping California firefighters gain control of a massive wildfire threatening thousands of homes in the Sierra Nevada foothills.
The Sacramento Valley will see temperatures reaching almost 90 degrees on Monday. It’s fairly early in the season for triple-digit heat, but we’ll get close. Temperatures will top out at 94 on Tuesday, 98 on Wednesday, 98 on Thursday and 91 on Friday.
There are a few light showers clipping the valley early this morning with rain totals less than .10”.
For months farmers have only been able to guess how the drought would affect them, but this year’s planting season brings bad news. Not only are the crops hit hard, other businesses are feeling the pain.
Bursts of heavy rain are coming Monday and Tuesday.
The first day of spring is next Thursday, but we’re already going to see warmer temperatures.
A couple of rounds of wet weather is ahead. But, Tuesday will be a quiet, pleasant day.
There is dense fog in Stockton and Modesto this morning where visibility was less than a quarter of a mile.
Drought-stricken California is getting its first glimpse of a big weekend storm system the likes of which, forecasters say, the region has not seen in more than a year.