Parts of the North State saw snow, hail, thunderstorms and even a tornado warning on Thursday. Mother nature made for some very active weather conditions.
Thunderstorms developed in the valley, spawning a tornado warning.
In Tehama County, a tornado warning was issued at 6:30 p.m., but fortunately no tornado actually touched down and the warning expired at 7 p.m.
In Paradise, snow fell throughout most of the afternoon, accumulating to less than an inch.
Roads were covered in slush and then the ice melted away. Eventually, a thick fog was over the roads by 6 p.m.
- Snow, hail and thunderstorms for the North State
- Thunderstorms bring heavy Hail to the North State
- Thunderstorms, chance hail Wednesday into Thursday
- Hail storm hits north end of Chico
- Snow Impacts North State Roads
- Lower snow & a chance for thunderstorms today
- Valley thunderstorms & lower snow ahead for today
- North State Halloween Costumes
- Showers and thunderstorms likely today
- Cooler temperatures & more thunderstorms ahead