Yes, it’s all about the waiting this morning. Showers won’t be entering our area from the north until about noon today, with the heaviest valley/foothills rain and Sierra snow still expected to fall overnight tonight into Thursday morning.
Hot temperatures will hit the valley this weekend with Sacramento reaching 100 degrees Saturday and Sunday.
A wind advisory is in effect for the Sacramento Valley until Noon on Wednesday. NNW winds are blowing 15-30 mph, gusting to 40 mph.
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.
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
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People living in and around the Sacramento area are in for a wet and windy commute Monday morning as a storm moves across Northern California.
The weekend storm expected to hit Saturday morning has stalled out along the coast but is slowly moving into the Sacramento Valley.
A cold weather system is moving into Northern California and should bring with it some light rainfall in the Sacramento valley and snow in the Sierra.
Dense fog is making road travel dangerous for commuters this Wednesday morning.
The National Weather Service has issued a freeze warning throughout the region for the second straight night.
Fog is expected to give way to high winds beginning Wednesday morning, according to the National Weather Service.