SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – We’re looking at a dry rest of the week as rain and snow taper off in the Sierra and Foothills on Monday.

In past 24 hours, the Sacramento region received 1/4-1/2 inch of rain.

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Truckee and S. Lake Tahoe are seeing the strongest wind gusts, which are expected to die down Monday afternoon.

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The low-pressure ridge is building back in tonight, making temperatures rise. In the valley, temperatures will be in the 60s, but will reach the 70s on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.

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The Sacramento region will not receive any rain in the next 7 days.