Heavy rain and very windy weather continue over much of northern California as a vigorous Pacific storm system batters the West Coast. Advisories, Watches and Warnings continue. Stay safe and evacuate if flooding is likely! Rain and wind continue to cause high-impact weather around our area, and although most of what is falling is rain at the present time, snow levels will drop late tonight through Monday to the 5500-6500 foot level in various areas. Travel is discouraged. Advisories, Watches and Warnings will continue for rain, wind and snow through Monday, although the heaviest rain and snow and strongest wind will be through late tonight with scattered activity both Monday and Tuesday.
If you live in, near or downstream from recent wildfire burn scars, continue to stay vigilant and mindful of your current weather situation. Heavy rain will still be falling after sunset, and you may not be able to see rising water in your area. Although rain and snow showers are still possible through Wednesday, the heaviest activity will finish Monday with scattered showers still possible Tuesday, and more isolated activity Wednesday. A ridge of high pressure will build over our region Thursday allowing for more sunshine, warmer and a drying trend. Another small disturbance will bring clouds and a slight chance of showers late Friday and Saturday, but it will be nothing compared to what we are experiencing now.