SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — With freezing overnight temperatures expected across Northern California throughout the end of the year, warming shelters have opened up across the region for those in need.

According to the National Weather Service, temperatures are expected to be at near or below freezing through the weekend. Heavy amounts of snow have fallen in the Sierra and foothills while extensive amounts of rain have drenched the valley.

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More rain and snow were expected again Tuesday night through Wednesday morning.

Warming center information is below:

SACRAMENTO
City Hall lobby at 915 I St.
Hagginwood Community Center at 3271 Marysville Blvd.
Both open Friday and Saturday nights from 8 p.m. to 8 a.m. the next day.

STOCKON
Arnold Rue Community Center at 5758 Lorraine Ave.
Stribley Community Center at 1760 E. Sonora St.
Both open overnight Dec. 27-Jan. 1 from 8 p.m. to 7 a.m.

TRACY
Good Shepherd Community Church
306 West Eaton Ave.
Open 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. every day until March 31.

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CALAVERAS COUNTY

Arnold Independence Hall at 1445 Blagen Rd. in Arnold
West Point Community Hall at 22283 Highway 26 in West Point
Both open from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. through Wed., Dec. 29

and

Murphys Fire District Training Center
58 Jones St. in Murphys
Opens at 3 Tuesday and Wednesday

TUOLUMNE COUNTY
Enrichment Center at 102 Hospital Rd. in Sonora Open starting today @ 7 p.m. and open until 7 p.m. Wednesday with no overnight stay allowed.
Word of Life Fellowship at 24630 CA-108 in Mi-Wuk Village, CA 95346 — Open during the day Wednesday

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NEVADA CITY
Veterans Hall (lower level) at 415 North Pine St.
Madelyn Helling Library Community Room at 980 Helling Way
Both opened at 4:30 Tuesday and are expected to be open through Thursday morning