Sacramento residents woke up Tuesday morning to muggy air. That’s the monsoonal moisture moving through the area, which is unusual this time of year. It’s expected to continue for the next couple of days.
Enjoy the cool down we’ve had over the last couple of days because things will heat up beginning on Wednesday.
Results from the latest snow survey in the Sierra are in, and as expected, they are lower than average.
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With round one of the storm over, there are a few lingering showers in the valley this morning. Skies will clear this afternoon, with rain and snow in the foothills and mountains tapering off as well.
Meteorologists forecast a pair of storms could dump several inches of rain on parched cities and croplands throughout California in the coming week, bringing welcome news to a state that has just endured its driest year in recorded history.
With fresh powder blanketing Tahoe ski resorts, skiers and snowboarders are hitting the slopes.
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.
A storm dropped up to 3 feet of snow in the Sierra Nevada and brought smiles to the faces of skiers and snowboarders.
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 […]
Boarders and businesses are optimistic for a snowy season. While the cold weather is coming, thousands were getting ready to hit the slopes at the Sacramento Ski and Snowboard Festival Sunday.