It’s been a non-stop onslaught of rain and snow in Northern California since the now famous ‘bomb cyclone’ hit on Thanksgiving week and we’re headed for more this week. Although the upcoming storms won’t have the hype of their more recent counterparts, you’re still likely to see more rain and snow in NorCal this week.
The storm is coming into the area Tuesday night, with rain hitting much of the area beginning at 8 pm:
Rain will be spreading across the Sacramento metro and areas east mainly between 8 and 9 pm this evening. The higher elevations will transition to snow at around 6000 feet. Increase following distances as roads become slippery. #CAwx pic.twitter.com/NnMQy2Cf6L— NWS Sacramento (@NWSSacramento) December 11, 2019
The mountains will see snow, but probably measured in inches instead of feet and only falling as low as 6,000 feet:
But that’s not the end of it. From Thursday evening through Saturday, more rain and snow is expected:
Yes, it’s a much smaller storm than we’ve been used to in NorCal the past few weeks, but you’ll still be hiding from the precipitation throughout the week. Stay dry, NorCal.
Northern California’s Outdoor Digital Newsmagazine