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REDDING – The National Weather Service is forecasting a couple of colder storm systems to move into the area over the next week.

Posted: Jan 16, 2018 3:32 PM

REDDING – The National Weather Service is forecasting a couple of colder storm systems to move into the area over the next week.

The first is anticipated for this Thursday through Friday, with snow levels possibly lowering to 3,000 feet. The second is anticipated for Sunday through Monday, with similar snow levels being projected.

Motorists traveling into the higher elevations are advised to carry chains and be prepared for winter driving conditions.

Operations webpage:

Information on chain requirements can be viewed here:

For more information, please contact the District 2 Public Information Office during business hours at (530) 225-3426. The District 2 Road Conditions Hotline is available 24/7 at (530) 225-3452.

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Chico
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Today we are expected showers in the Valley and snow levels dropping to 4,000 feet by Saturday morning. We dry out Saturday-Tuesday with a chance for another storm on Wednesday. Sunday and Monday night lows could near freezing.
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