SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – A light blanket of snow has once again coated the Sierra after a spring storm rolled through Northern California.

Most the rain in the valley rolled through in the early morning hours on Thursday. Totals have been light.

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Snow was falling above the 4500’ level, with only about 1-3 inches of accumulation expected above 5000’.

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Chain controls are in effect on Highway 50. They were lifted on Interstate 80 a little after 7:30 a.m.

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It’s back to sunshine and 70s in the valley on Friday, with temperatures expected to reach into the 80s come the weekend.