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.
Tuesday’s winter storm that made for a sloppy mix of rain, hail, snow and even tornadoes has now moved south out of California, but the effects lingered with snow school closures and delays for road clean-up Wednesday.
Tuesday’s cold weather system dropped snow all the way down to about 1,200 feet in Cameron Park.Although that snow didn’t last long, quickly melting once it touched down, there’s plenty of fresh powder dumping in the Sierra Nevada.
The wonderful weekend is coming to a close with a cool and clear night on tap for Sacramento as rain is expected to move in for the beginning of the work week.
After a mostly dry January and a sunny start to February, the Sacramento region will see a brief period of wet weather.
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A cold winter storm through our area brought snow to some low elevations.
A storm system dropping down out of the north is keeping it foggy, cloudy and cool in the Sacramento region Wednesday before rain arrives
A Pacific frontal system will move inland over Northern California on Saturday, bringing light rain to the valley and more snow in the Sierra.