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.
It was slow going in the Sierra Monday as people hit the road after the holiday.
Travelers had to endure hours in slow-moving traffic to get home after the holiday, or to get up the mountain to go skiing.
Squaw Valley USA says two skiers were treated for non-life threatening injuries when they were caught in an avalanche.
Ski resort operators are rejoicing after a string of storms brought an early winter to the Sierra Nevada just in time for the Thanksgiving holiday period.
It’s going to be a cool and wet fall weekend across Northern California. The rain started falling overnight into Friday morning and scattered showers with mainly light rainfall totals are expected throughout the day
The incoming storm is not just bringing in rain and low snow, but also wind and plummeting temperatures.
After temperatures in the 80s to start the week, Wednesday will be another warm day in the mid-70s around Sacramento, but temperatures will drop significantly starting Thursday.
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