Record-High Temperatures Expected Again Tuesday Across Sacramento RegionMonday was beautiful, with temperatures reaching record highs across the Sacramento region.
Rain, Snow Expected To Fall In Our Region This Weekend
Wet Weather Returns, Most Action Will Be In Foothills And MountainsWet weather is moving back into Northern California, but don't expect too much in the valley.
El Nino Continues; Next Round Of Rain Arrives Friday MorningNearly a dozen days of rain have doused Northern California this month and more soakings are in store before February rolls around, while Southern California more or less has gotten short-shrift from the El Nino-backed storms, forecasters said Thursday.
2015 Earth's Warmest Year On Record By FarNorthern California reached record-high temperatures in 2015, and it turns out the rest of the world had its hottest year on record as well.
Two Storms Arriving In The Sacramento Area This WeekTwo El Nino storms will arrive in Northern California this week.
El Niño Storms Arrive In CaliforniaAfter all the talk, El Niño storms have finally lined up over the Pacific and started soaking drought-parched California with rain expected to last for most of the next two weeks, forecasters said Monday.
Meteorologists Now Able To Get Better Idea Of Wet Weather AheadWe can't blame El Niño for our storms just yet, but that’s expected to change soon. In fact, today is when meteorologists start to get a better idea of the wet weather ahead.
Central Valley Citrus Groves Dodge Hard FreezeCalifornia's citrus industry in the Central Valley dodged a hard freeze feared during recent cold nights. Temperatures in the San Joaquin Valley dipped to the high 20s and low 30s, ideal for most types of citrus for short periods.
Light Rain Sprinkles Give Way To Clear Skies This AfternoonChain controls are in effect for the Sierra this morning, but continue to move higher up in elevation as the storm system moves east.
Christmas Eve Storm Bringing Low Snow To FoothillsThe next storm, which arrives early Thursday morning, is forecasted to bring snow to 1,500 feet, if not a little lower in some places.
Wet Storms Making Positive Impact On California DroughtStorms have consistently rolled through our region recently, but the question we’ve gotten over and over is whether they are really making a dent on our drought?