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.
Morning temperatures were a little on the warmer side Monday due to cloud cover. We will see sunshine, but for the most part, it will be cloudy in the valley.
A light and steady rain will continue to fall along the I-80 corridor through the morning commute.
The few sprinkles we had Sunday and the couple of light showers Monday morning don’t look very impressive, but just to show you how truly unusual June rain is, look at these RECORD rainfall reports from Sunday!
Just in time for about a zillion outdoor events this weekend, it’s about to get hot and windy!
The warm weekend temperatures will continue into next week, giving us a warm start to the week with the strong winds picking back up.
The wind is coming back to the Sacramento region. Saturday was beautiful, but things will change as rain and wind arrive on Sunday.
The National Weather Service says showers and thunderstorms are possible this afternoon and evening.
Although the weekend started out quite breezy, the winds relaxed Saturday and won’t be an issue Sunday.
Sunshine and light winds will help boost high temperatures into the mid 60s to kick off the weekend for the Sacramento area.