The deep rumbles of thunder rocked the valley sky this weekend while hail beat up some crops in Winters.
Isolated thunderstorms are possible again this afternoon, but the severe weather threat is not as high.
The National Weather Service’s prediction of isolated thunderstorms in North Bay valleys came true in Fairfield Thursday afternoon.
A possible funnel cloud has been spotted by CBS13 viewers near Mather Field in Rancho Cordova.
After days of relentless rain, Southern California is awaiting the most intense storm system yet, with evacuations ordered, rescue crews on standby and residents anxiously eyeing already saturated mountainsides denuded by wildfires.
A storm walloped parts of California with up to 7 inches of rain and spawned minor flooding, mudslides and road closures Monday, but forecasters warn the bad weather’s real impact may be yet to come.