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.
Looks like rain showers will be here by around 5 a.m. Thursday morning, so wet roads are likely for the morning commute.
It’s a beautiful Friday, but the weekend won’t have a beautiful end, if you’re hoping for clear skies. The timing isn’t great, but we’ll take the moisture we can get.
Sierra ski resorts received a little bit more snowfall overnight in the last stages of a winter storm that hit Northern California this week.
A weak storm system is moving south out of the area Friday, leaving less rainfall than expected but a fresh coating of snow in the Sierra.
Last week the skies opened and it rained, it rained again, and it rained some more, More wet weather in the forecast this week might not be welcome to some, but this storm won’t back nearly the punch.
A winter storm warning began Sunday for parts of the Sierra; and in Placer County, Caltrans is getting ready for the snow.
After a brief break on Friday, the rain returns to the Sacramento Valley early Saturday morning.
The weekend storm expected to hit Saturday morning has stalled out along the coast but is slowly moving into the Sacramento Valley.
After several days in the mid- to high 70s this week, some major changes are coming to the Sacramento area weather.
Sierra Nevada ski resorts are heading into the traditionally busy Christmas holiday season missing only one thing: natural snow.
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