Snow has fallen for many in the Sierra-Cascades, even into the foothills with many in Paradise getting some surprise snow on the anniversary of the Camp Fire. Snow chances will diminish tonight with clearing skies. The wind has also been strong but will also wind down tonight. Overnight lows will get very cold. Teens in the mountains and near or below freezing temperatures in the Eastern portion of the Valley. This is why a FREEZE WARNING is in place for tonight and tomorrow morning. Cover up your plants!
Monday through Wednesday (Veterans Day) will see valley highs in the upper-50s to low-60s with mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies. Overnight lows remaining very cold near or just above freezing in the valley.
Another winter storm will impact us Thursday through Saturday with the best chance for valley rain and mountain snow on Friday. This storm will also be fed by a weak atmospheric river which could help bolster rain chances and snow amounts. Exactly how much rain and stay is hard to tell for now. But an accurate outlook on rain and snow totals can be forecasted accurately few days before a big event like this.
An unsettled weather pattern will remain in the atmosphere after this next winter storm and could lead to more rain and snow later down the road.