Storm Tracker Forecast: Heavy rain & snow Wednesday & Thursday

A major winter storm will affect us on Wednesday night and through the day on Thursday. More light rain on Saturday before we dry out on Sunday.

Posted: Jan 14, 2020 5:36 AM

Lingering snow showers in the Coastal Ranges, Cascades and Northern Sierra this morning. Redding saw about a tenth an inch of rain with this system but the rest of the Valley stayed dry. Foothills regions got some rain thougfh. The system will clear the are this afternoon allowing for partly sunny skies. Overnight lows tonight get cold, in the mid-30s in the Valley.

Wednesday starts off pleasant but valley highs stay in the mid-to-upper 40s with a large winter system entering the region. Snow begins falling in the Coastal Ranges in the evening then widespread rain in the Valley at night with heavy snowfall in the Sierra and Cascades. 1 to 2 inches will be seen across the valley with this storm with minor roadway flooding being a concern along the strongest line of showers. A Winter Storm Watch is in place with 1-2 feet of snow expected down to 2000-3000 feet.

Friday looks nice but another round of light scattered showers on Saturday.

Sunday and MLK Day look to warm up into the mid-to-upper 50s with mostly sunny skies.

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Chico
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Showers will continue overnight, and fog could be possible in some areas on Friday morning. Heavier rain and high elevation snow are on the way for your weekend.
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