SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Northern California is on the back edge of an area of low pressure that’s circulating showers, both rain and snow, through the foothills and Sierra.

There’s a slight chance a shower could clip the eastern edge of the valley on Monday, but it will stay sunny for the most part.

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Foothills are seeing scattered showers, and light snow is falling mainly along the I-80 corridor up at the Donner summit.
Around one to two inches will fall at lake level today in Tahoe, slightly higher amounts at higher elevations.

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Valley temps will be cooler today, in the low 60s, and it will be windy.

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A wind advisory for the valley begins at 10 a.m. and runs until 7 p.m. Expect winds from the NNW around 15-30 mph, with gusts reaching 40 mph.