We've seen anywhere from a trace of rain to half an inch of rain in the valley, due to numerous scattered showers, most of which have consisted of on and off drizzle and light rain. The rain clears tonight with overnight lows around 40 degrees in the valley. Snow in the mountains will continue in the Sierra tonight but slowly fade away. We only reached the upper-40s to low-50s to but tomorrow will be warmer with more wet weather on the way.
Saturday we'll see partly cloudy skies and highs in the upper-50s.
Sunday we'll see a weak atmospheric river bring enough moisture along the Oregon border to produce showers there. The border will see the best chance of showers but Siskiyou, Modoc, Shasta and Trinity counties could also see some of this. Everyone else should remain dry. Snow levels will be very high, so most mountain regions will not see snow.
Monday a brief ridge of high pressure settles in over us. This will leave light winds with valley high temperatures in the upper-60s.
A much larger system moves in Tuesday-Thursday, brings rain & snow and dropping temperatures again.
The wet weather should clear again by Friday.