On Friday and Saturday we were in the 90s in the valley, but now we’re seeing rain. As a result, temperatures will only be in the 70s this week with wild swings in the weather.
Today will be a cooler day across northern California. We’ll still see sunshine, but highs in the valley will linger in the upper 60s this afternoon, with temperatures in the 50s across the foothills.
The National Weather Service says showers and thunderstorms are possible this afternoon and evening.
Rain showers are expected to return Thursday morning as the next storm moves through the region.
Looks like rain showers will be here by around 5 a.m. Thursday morning, so wet roads are likely for the morning commute.
Some much-needed moisture is headed our way, which is evident by the cloud cover in the area.
The pleasant weather we had this weekend will continue into Monday with temps hovering in the low 70s in Sacramento.
The storm has pushed off east of Sacramento, and at around noon Wednesday, was moving into the foothills. Although the worst of the storm is over, there’s a chance of rain this afternoon.
A storm is approaching that is expected to bring rain to the valley late Tuesday afternoon and into the evening.
Rain has stopped for most of the region, but there are threats of pop-up thunderstorms Wednesday afternoon, while the much-needed snow starts to pileup in the high country.
The pleasant weather over the weekend will soon come to a close as a storm system is set to impact the area this week.
Sierra ski resorts received a little bit more snowfall overnight in the last stages of a winter storm that hit Northern California this week.