Rain showers will be moving south out of our area through 10 am. The activity on the radar is widely scattered, but there are small pockets where brief, heavy rain may fall, from Sacramento south into Stockton and Modesto through 10 a.m.
Storm totals as of 4 AM Wed: Valley rain (north-Yuba City, Oroville): 1-1.5” Valley rain (Sac area): .50-.75” Valley rain (Stockton area): .30” Foothills rain: .75 – 1” Sierra snow: 3”+ (above 6500’) Today: Additional […]
Sacramento crews spent Monday scrambling to get ready for the wet weather, taking preventative measures to avoid flooding.
As the summer season officially winds down, expect to see much cooler weather heading into the weekend, and possible showers.
Great weather is ahead, but major changes are on tap for the end of the week.
Chalk it Up in Fremont Park was in full swing on Monday with clouds bunching together overhead.
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.
Hot temperatures will hit the valley this weekend with Sacramento reaching 100 degrees Saturday and Sunday.
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!
Wet weather will return to Northern California after a couple of very dry weeks.
Rain is coming today out of the north and east because it’s circulating around the area of low pressure dragging the action slowly but surely into Central California and toward Vegas. It will also drag the showers into the valley later in the afternoon.