<A few light Sierra showers this morning, otherwise partly cloudy skies across the region with some areas of fog in a few mountain locations. Your morning will remain quiet but afternoon snow showers move in for mountain regions later in the day. Snow start at 3000 feet and drop to 2000 feet overnight with light scatttered showers dropping into the valley in your overnight hours into the following morning. 4-8 inches of snow are expected with a Winter Weather Advisory in place this afternoon until Tuesday morning. Temperatures will also stay cool today with some not even reaching 50 degrees.
A more significant winter storm will be moving in Wednesday afternoon and lasting through the day on Thursday. 1-2 feet of snow are expected with snow falling all the way down to 1500 feet. Some localized areas could rack up 3 feet of snow. Heavy rain is also possible at times in the valley so watch for minor, localized areas of flooding. 1-2 inches of rain are possible in total. Thunderstorms are also possible on Thursday with rain lasting through Friday. Valley highs in the 40s in the middle of your week.
Temperatures warm as we go into the weekend, nearing 60 on Sunday with dry weather & sunny skies returning into the forecast. Before we get there, scattered showers and snow showers will still be in the forecast after the major winter storm before getting to Sunday.>
- Storm Tracker Forecast: A major winter storm mid-week
- Storm Tracker Forecast: A Major Winter Storm Arrives Wednesday
- Storm Tracker Forecast: Major Winter Storm Arrives Tonight
- Storm Tracker Forecast: Cold nights with rain mid-week
- Storm Tracker Forecast: Wet weather mid-week and this weekend
- Storm Tracker Forecast: Major cooling trend ahead!
- Storm Tracker Forecast: Major warming trend ahead
- Storm Tracker Forecast: Another winter storm ahead for your weekend
- Storm Tracker Forecast: Winter Storm Warning arrives Friday
- Storm Tracker Forecast: Cooling off next week