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Heavy rain and snow ahead for your Wednesday

Rain and snow are causing major travel impacts across Northern California this morning. Active weather continues into your weekend.

Posted: Feb 13, 2019 6:51 AM

Get that umbrella ready and make sure you give yourself plenty of extra time to get where you're going today. Heavy rain and snow has continued across Northern California overnight. Snow has continued to fall in the North end of the valley overnight, with up to a foot of snow totals possible in Redding. Drivers should use extreme caution today as roads will be very slick. A Winter Storm Warning is in place for the Northern end of the valley through noon today, and will be in place for the Sierra, Casccades, and Shasta County Mountains through Friday afternoon. Several feet of snow will be possible along the highest elevations. Chains will be required in the mountains and in portions of the North end of the valley today. A Flood Watch will stay in place for the valley and foothills through Thursday afternoon. Debris flows and mud slides will be possible along recent burn scars, and ponding water on roads can be expected. A Wind Advisory will be in place through 1pm in the valley today and will then go back into effect for the valley for the day on Thursday. Temperatures have dipped into the 30's to 40's in the valley overnight, and into the 20's to 30's in the mountains early today. Winds will be out of the South to around 25mph with gusts to 45mph possible this morning. Snow levels will be lifting this afternoon. Most areas will have snow levels above 4000' late this afternoon, and then up to around 5000' tonight. High temperatures will end up in the high 40's to low 50's in the valley, and in the 30's to 40's in the mountains.

Snow levels will dip back into the 3000' to 4000' range on Thursday. Heavy rain and snow can be expected to continue in your Thursday foreast. Gusty South winds will prompt another Wind Advisory in the valley from 6am until 6pm Thursday. There will also be potential for valley thunderstorms on Thursday. Temperatures will be slightly warmer on Thursday despite the active weather. Showers will be lingering on Friday, and then becomeing more scattered on Saturday. Another round of light to moderate showers will then move through our region on Sunday. Looks like we can finally expect dry weather and sunny skies to return for the start of next week.

California Coronavirus Cases

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Confirmed Cases: 101050

Reported Deaths: 3895
CountyConfirmedDeaths
Los Angeles487612201
Riverside7139303
San Diego6882249
Orange5646136
San Bernardino4567176
Alameda304993
Santa Clara2688140
San Francisco240840
San Mateo196382
Kern194136
Tulare179679
Santa Barbara160412
Fresno153526
Contra Costa137537
Imperial135224
Sacramento131956
Ventura101732
San Joaquin77133
Kings6983
Stanislaus67028
Sonoma5244
Solano49920
Monterey4298
Marin42014
Merced2737
San Luis Obispo2631
Santa Cruz2052
Yolo20022
Placer1949
Napa1093
Humboldt982
Madera902
El Dorado800
San Benito762
Sutter422
Nevada411
Butte400
Del Norte400
Shasta374
Mono351
Yuba281
Mendocino230
Lake190
Inyo191
Mariposa161
Calaveras150
Glenn130
Amador100
Siskiyou61
Colusa50
Tuolumne40
Plumas40
Lassen40
Tehama41
Alpine20
Trinity10
Sierra10
Unassigned00
Chico
Clear
72° wxIcon
Hi: 103° Lo: 67°
Feels Like: 72°
Oroville
Clear
74° wxIcon
Hi: 104° Lo: 67°
Feels Like: 74°
Paradise
Clear
72° wxIcon
Hi: 96° Lo: 69°
Feels Like: 72°
Chester
Clear
52° wxIcon
Hi: 87° Lo: 57°
Feels Like: 52°
Red Bluff
Clear
70° wxIcon
Hi: 103° Lo: 68°
Feels Like: 70°
Willows
Clear
72° wxIcon
Hi: 107° Lo: 65°
Feels Like: 72°
The Excessive Heat Warning will expire on Thursday evening, but we'll stay hot on Friday. There's a chance for active weather as early as Friday night, and a very good chance for active weather on Saturday. We'll also be much cooler this weekend.
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