National Weather Service
Northern California residents are taking note of a weather event taking place in the sky.
Sierra ski resorts received a little bit more snowfall overnight in the last stages of a winter storm that hit Northern California this week.
A weak storm system is moving south out of the area Friday, leaving less rainfall than expected but a fresh coating of snow in the Sierra.
After a mostly dry January and a sunny start to February, the Sacramento region will see a brief period of wet weather.
With California’s temperatures slowly climbing, citrus growers say they have seen little crop damage after a sixth night of very cold weather.
The National Weather Service in Sacramento has issued a hard freeze warning for the Sacramento Valley, Delta and northern San Joaquin Valley overnight Sunday, with temperatures dropping into the teens in some areas.
It’s cold outside and there could be a record-breaking chill in the air overnight into Saturday morning. Near record to record lows are possible for Saturday throughout the region
It was a frosty start to the second day of the new year throughout the region as temperatures dropped below 30 overnight in Sacramento.
The rain didn’t hit as soon as expected in the Sacramento region, waiting until Friday morning to start falling, but the forecast still calls for plenty of wet weather through the weekend.
Last week the skies opened and it rained, it rained again, and it rained some more, More wet weather in the forecast this week might not be welcome to some, but this storm won’t back nearly the punch.
The second wave of storms to drench the valley is expected to hit the Sacramento area Thursday afternoon, prompting wind and flood warnings.
The first in a series of storms hit the Sacramento region Wednesday morning and the wet weather is expected to saturate the valley through the weekend.