It’s going to be an active few days for the valley.
The next storm arrives tonight and it looks like we’ll have a wet start to our Saturday. But, Friday is looking pretty dry.
After a stretch of no rain, consistent showers are once again back in the forecast.
Northern California on Wednesday was in the midst of what forecasters were predicting would be the longest stretch of wet weather yet this year.
The National Weather Service has increased its thunderstorm threat for Tuesday and Wednesday of this week, adding that thunderstorms coming to the interior of Northern California could bring “heavy rain, ponding of water, hail, and an isolated tornado”.
Rain is once again at our doorstep. But how much rain will this storm bring?
Sunshine returns! At least for the next couple of days. More rain is in store after that.
The Valley is expecting up to a half an inch of rain as we head into Wednesday afternoon.
We got a little more rain than expected Sunday. And we’re still expecting a little more rain come Monday.
Saturated mountainsides loomed over foothill communities on Saturday as a storm centered off California rotated bands of rain into a state that sorely needs the moisture but not at such dangerously high rates.
Rain from Southern California storm not enough to ease the state’s drought.
February might not have been a drought-buster, but it did bring above-average rainfall to the Sacramento region.