Showers Linger Monday with Possible Thunderstorms

Pacific Storm brings us more wet weather and the possibility of thunderstorms, maybe an isolated tornado into Monday afternoon!

Posted: Apr. 15, 2018 5:34 PM
Updated: Apr. 15, 2018 6:02 PM

Breezy to windy conditions have developed across NorCal ahead of the cold front that will be sweeping through over the next few hours. Strongest wind speeds look like they'll stick around into the evening for areas of the Central Valley.

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Precip turns showery over much of the Central Valley this evening, while heavier precip spreads into the Western Plumas mountains and Sierra Nevada. Snow levels this evening will initially be around 4500 to 6500 feet, but lower overnight behind the front. Heavier snowfall decreases in Western Plumas mountains after Midnight with some snow still lingering in the Sierra into early Monday. Snow levels Monday morning should be around 3000'.

Showers die off Monday night, then we're looking for the warmer weather coming back for our Tuesday. We get just a tiny break from some wet weather, but we've got another Pacific storm that will move through on Wednesday afternoon. Forecast models do show this storm moving quickly, with a few Sierra showers hanging around on Thursday.

As the storm moves to the East, the dry weather builds back in and the forecast starts to rebound quickly! Sunshine and warmer temps are expected to wrap up the work week and should set us up for a beautiful looking weekend!

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